Apart from 1, all of the other factors of 72 are multiples of prime factors.
28, 56, 84, and all other multiples of 28 that are factors of other numbers are also divisible by 28.
All factors of 16 will also be factors of all multiples of 16. Multiples of 16 will also have factors that are not factors of 16. For example, 80 is a multiple of 16, but some of the factors of 80, like 5, 10, 20, 40 and 80 are not factors of 16.
yes. they are still multiples of 2
All nonzero whole numbers have factors and multiples. Factors go into numbers, numbers go into multiples.
All factors of a number n will be factors of any multiple of n. All multiples of a number n will be multiples of any factor of n.
2, 4, 8 and 16
All numbers have factors. Some numbers have some of the same factors as other numbers. Multiples of numbers have all of the factors of numbers that are factors of them, plus some of their own. 32 is a multiple of 16 and will have all of its factors. 64 is a multiple of both 32 and 16 and will have all of their factors.
2 and 5 are the prime factors that are common to all multiples of 10.
All multiples of 3 are factors of something.
All numbers are factors (of their multiples).
All the factors of 1000 have an infinite number of multiples.
All multiples of 9 share common factors with 9.
5, 10, and 20 are all multiples of 5 and factors of 20.
All of them except "1."
All the factors are possible.
Numbers ending in zero are all multiples of 10, and therefore also are multiples of 2 and 5.
Yes, as 16 is a factor of 32 and 64, its factors would divide evenly into them as well.
30 and 60 have 2, 3, and 5 as factors, as do all other multiples of 30.
Both of them.
18, 36, 54, 72,...and all other multiples of 18 are divisible by 18.
All the multiples of 64 are also multiples of 32.
All the multiples of 24 are also multiples of 6.
All multiples of 16 are also multiples of 2.
All multiples of 36 are also multiples of 12.