By definition, you can multiply 6 by any whole number, and you get a multiple of 6.
Any multiple of 6 is a multiple of 3 and 6.
yes exept for the numbers 3,9,15,21,27,33 etc
No, 61 is not the multiple of 6. 60 and 66 is a multiple of 6. 61 is a prime number which is a number that can be divided by 1 and itself.
6 is both a factor and a multiple of 6.
Divide it by 6 and if 6 goes into it with no remainer then it must be a multiple of 6.
The number 12 has 4 and 6 as factors so 12 is a multiple of 4 and 6.
Factors divide into a number. A number divides into multiples. 3 is a factor of 6. 12 is a multiple of 6. 6 is both a factor and a multiple of 6.
yes, any number that can be made by multiplying a number by the original number is a multiple so: 5 is a multiple of 5 6 is a mult. of 6 and so on BUT 0 is not a multiple of any number but itself...
Multiple is a number that is divided by another number without a remainder. Lets divide 57 by 6 we have 3 as remainder. So 57 is not a multiple of 6.
To be a multiple of 6 a number must be even and a multiple of 3.356 is not a multiple of three. The short cut to that is if the digits add up to a multiple of three then the original number is a multiple of 3.
75 is a multiple of 5 that has 6 factors.
10 is a multiple of 6 and a factor of 60 :)
yes it is you just need to divide by 6 and if the answer is a whole number then it is a multiple of 6
The number 8 is the factor of 18. But 8 is not a multiple of 6.
It could be: 4*7 = 28
6, 18, 30, 90
Three is not a multiple of 6 because you can't multiply 6 by a whole number and get the answer 3.
30 is the smallest number that is a multiple of both 6 and 15
Six is both a factor and a multiple of 6.
because the definition of a multiple is:mul·ti·ple/ˈməltəpəl/Noun: A number that can be divided by another number without a remainder: "15, 20, or any multiple of five" 6 can be divided by 6 without a remainder therefore it's a multiple of its self.
Every number divisible by 6 is a multiple of two. So: 6, 12, 18, 24, 30
Any multiple of 6.