There cannot be common multiples of a single number such as 345. Common multiples are multiples that two or more numbers have in common.
Identify the first three common multiples of 4,12,16 48, 96, 144
Their first three common multiples are the first three multiples of their lowest common multiples: 288, 576, 864.
All the common multiples of a set of numbers are the multiples of their lowest common multiple: lcm(5, 8, 10) = 40 → first three common multiples are 40, 80, 120
70, 140, 210
12, 24, 36
72, 144, 216
36, 72, 108
The infinite set of numbers which are multiples of three. The infinite set of numbers which are multiples of three. The infinite set of numbers which are multiples of three. The infinite set of numbers which are multiples of three.
2 is the only common multiple with those three numbers.
Any numbers that are not multiples of three.
Multiples of 6.
40, 80, 120
40, 80 & 120
How do you find the first three common multiples of sets of numbers
What are the first three common multiples of four and five
Two and three are relatively prime, or coprime. That means that they have no smaller number, or factor, in common. So, the multiples of both numbers are the multiples of the product of the two, or the multiples of six.
Multiples of 6 cannot, by definition, be prime numbers!
You can't have common multiples if they have nothing to be in common with however the first 3 multiples of 9 are 9,18 and 27 Think of just your times tables when finding out Multiples to find the first 5 multiples just count by 9's until you have said 5 numbers and Bingo
write the first three common. multiples of 3,4,5
What are three common multiples of 2 6 8
Find their LCM and multiply it by 2 and 3.
"Common multiples" is usually used for two or more numbers, not for a single number. The least common multiple of a single number is, of course, the number itself. To get additional multiples, multiply this least common multiple by 2, by 3, by 4, etc.
The first three multiples of 16 are 16, 32 and 48. For them to be common, they need to be compared to another set of multiples.