Smallest Common Multiple: Can't pass the last tow cases

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Why does my code not pass the last two cases? It worked on my own laptop.

Your code so far

function smallestCommons(arr) {
  let mutl = Math.max(...arr);
  let rag = [];
  for(let i=Math.min(...arr); i<=Math.max(...arr); i++) {
  while(1) {
    if(>(mutl%e === 0)).every((a)=>(a === true))) {
    mutl +=1;
  return mutl;


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infinite loop protection. You are checing numbers one at a time, and for each number you are checking if it is a multiple… find an other way, this brute forcing require too much processing power when the Smallest Common Multiple is so high (see from the tests where you should do it)

There are various ways in which you can solve this one, but it has to have enough efficiency to not trigger the infinite loop protection

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