The **Math Module** has many functions in Python for mathematical operations. ** math.gcd()** is a function that gives us the

`math.gcd(x,y)`

This function accepts two parameters, `x`

and `y`

, to calculate the greatest common divisor of two parameters.

This function outputs the *greatest common divisor of two numbers* that are passed as parameters to the function.

import mathprint(math.gcd(12,15))

In **dynamic code**, we take the values of the two parameters, using `int(input())`

, so that we can pass the input as integers to the `gcd`

function.

Make sure you add the two numbers in the input column below before pressing the run button.

import matha=int(input("Enter your first number:"))b=int(input("Enter your second number:"))print("The greatest common divisor of the two numbers is:",math.gcd(a,b))

Enter the input below

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