An even number can be a multiple of an odd number OR an even number. An odd number cannot be a multiple of an even number.
10 is such a number.
All of the multiples of 10 are even.
No it isn't. 57 is an odd number and an odd number cannot be a multiple of 2.
15 and any odd multiple of 15.
No. 6 is a multiple of 3.
No. A multiple of an even number cannot be odd.
An odd number.
27 cannot be a multiple of 4 because 27 is an odd number and 4 is an even number. No odd number can be a multiple of an even number, only even numbers can be multiples of even numbers.
odd - even numbers are a multiple of 2.
An odd number
LCM stands for "least common multiple." By definition, they are multiples of each number, odd or even.
An infinite number. There are an infinite number of odd numbers and the multiple of nine with each one of them is odd. So there are an infinite number of odd multiples of 9.
15 is an odd number less than 20.
The biggest odd number between 1 and 10 is 9.
If you are multiplying by integers, only half of them. Odd times odd is odd. Odd times even is even. Here are the products of seven and the first 10 integers (1 thru 10): 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, 63, 70 Every other number is odd and every other number is even, depending on where you start.
49 is a odd number because it is in the 7 times table because 7x7=49
100 is the 20th multiple of 5. 10 are odd, 10 are even.
It CAN'T be even, since the number 2 is not a factor of the odd number. "Even" means that a number is a multiple of 2.
No, you cannot have an odd number when times by an even number.