Calculates the least common multiple of two natural numbers a...

This function may be useful for calculating the number *n* of peaks
a cycloid (`zykloid`

) based on the radii *A* (fixed
circle) and *a* (moving circle) will have. The equation for *n* is

*n = kgV(A, a)/a*

where *kgV(A, a)* is the least common multiple of *A* and *a* as
implemented in the function `kgV`

1 | ```
npeaks(A, a)
``` |

`A` |
A natural number (integer value > 0) |

`a` |
A natural number (integer value > 0) |

A natural number if *A* and *a* are natural numbers. In any other
case, the function returns NA.

Peter Biber

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