Smallest Common Multiple: won't pass the last test case

Tell us what’s happening:
Hay, guys, I’ve stumbled upon this problem. It passes all the tests, except the last one for some reason: smallestCommons([23, 18]) should return 6056820.
It works in browser console though :woozy_face:

Your code so far

function smallestCommons(arr) {
  const sortedArr = arr.sort((a, b) => a - b)
  const dividersArr = createDividersArr(sortedArr[0], sortedArr[1])
  let smallestCommonNumber;
  for (let i = 0; !smallestCommonNumber; i++) {
    smallestCommonNumber = isDividedByAllNumInArr(dividersArr, i) ? i : undefined
  return smallestCommonNumber

function createDividersArr(min, max) {
  const arr = []
  for (let i = min; i <= max; i++) {
  return arr

function isDividedByAllNumInArr(arr, num) {
  return arr.every(el => {
    return num % el === 0

smallestCommons([23, 18])

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