A multiple of a number is something you get when you multiply that number by another. For instance, 5 x 2 = 10, so 10 is a MULTIPLE of 5 and a MULTIPLE of 2. If you're trying to find a multiple of a number, say, 3, multiply that number by another. It can be any number.
divide that number by 8.
you add up the digits, and if the sum is a multiple of 3, then the number is divisible by 3!
To find the multiple of a number, add the number to itself.
If last two digits of a number are divisible by 4 then number is a multiple of 4 for a number with more than 21 digit
Add up the digits in the number. If the total is a multiple of 3, the entire number will be a multiple of 3.
You cannot find the least common multiple of a single number. The least common multiple of two numbers is the smallest number (not zero) that is a multiple of both
See if you can find a whole number "n", such that 7n (i.e., 7 times n) = 45. If you can find such a number, then 45 is a multiple, by definition. Otherwise it is not.
No. To find if a number is a factor of 3, add the number's digits. If the resulting number is a multiple of 3, then the original number is a multiple of 3. In 4339, the digits of the number added together is 19, which is not a multiple of 3.
You find a multiple of a number by multiplying that number by any whole number.
A multiple number is a multiple when you times it by something. This is what you call a multiple.
To find the least common multiple than multiply by a whole number fraction
You need at least two numbers to find an LCM. The lowest multiple of any positive number is the number itself.
You can't find the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) of only one number. You need at least two numbers to find the LCM.
You can't find the greatest common multiple in any amount of numbers, the number would be infinite.
459, 918, 1377 and so on.
That is impossible to answer, because you would have to have another number and 6 to find a least COMMON multiple.
There is really so such thing as a greatest common multiple. Once you find the least common multiple of a set of numbers, you can keep adding the number to itself. Every number you get will be a common multiple of your set of numbers, but each number you get will be bigger than the previous. This means that you can keep adding while the number approaches infinity and you will still never find a greatest common multiple. --Jessica Kuntz
As long as the other number is not a multiple of the prime number, the GCF will always be 1.
The idea of the least common multiple is to find a multiple of two or more numbers, not of a single number. However, it makes sense to define the least common multiple of any single number as the number itself.