Q: Can 48 be a multiple of 48?

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48 is a multiple of 6, so the next one is: 48 + 6 = 54.

No it is not. To be a multiple of a certain number, the first criterion is that the number must be greater than or equal to the number it is a multiple of. Since 7 is smaller than 48, 7 cannot be a multiple of 48.

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No. To be a multiple of 7, the number has to be completely divisible by 7 (no decimals or fractions). However, 48/7=6 6/7 or 6.858... Hence, 48 is NOT a multiple of 7.

For the simple reason that 48 is not a multiple of 18 (18 does not go into 18).

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48 is a multiple of 24.

The least common multiple of 16 and 48 is 48. Since 48 is a multiple of 16, it is automatically the LCM of the set.

It is: 4*12 = 48

108 is a multiple of 36.

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 48 16 is 48.

The least common multiple of the numbers 24 and 48 is 48.

The least common multiple of 48 and 12 is 48

Since 48 is a multiple of 12, it is automatically the LCM.

The series 12*1;12*2;12*3;12*4...(the multiples of 12) begins with 12;24;36;48. The series 48*1;48*2;48*3;48*4...(the multiples of 48) begins with 48, which we notice is also in the first series. Therefore, 48 is a common multiple of 12 and 48. Since 48 is the least number in the series, if 48 is a common multiple of 12 and 48, then it must be the least common multiple of 12 and 48. Since 48 is a common multiple of 12 and 48, 48 is the least common multiple of 12 and 48.

48 is the lowest common multiple. Other common multiples will be the multiples of 48: 2 x 48 = 96, 3 x 48 = 144, etc.48 and every multiple of 48.

48 is a multiple of 6, so the next one is: 48 + 6 = 54.

2 and 3 are prime numbers 48 is a multiple of.