Q: How do you multiply numbers ending in zero?

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Definitely. That always happens any time at least one of the original numbers is zero.

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No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

None. All numbers ending in zero can be divided by 2.

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The answer is Zero (0) because that is what you get when you multiply by zero, and zero is one of the numbers on the telephone keypad.

Definitely. That always happens any time at least one of the original numbers is zero.

Zero does not have a distinct set of factors. You can multiply any quantity of numbers together, then just multiply by zero to get zero.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

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No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

Yes, all whole numbers greater than zero and ending in zero are composite.

Yes, all whole numbers greater than zero and ending in zero are composite.

Numbers ending in zero are all multiples of 10, and therefore also are multiples of 2 and 5.