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# How do you multiply numbers ending in zero?

Updated: 9/22/2023

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You add a zero at the end of the factor

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### What number do you get when you multiply all of the numbers on a telephones number pad?

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.

### Can two numbers multiply to make zero?

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

### Why 0 is neither prime number nor composite number?

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.

### Is 3000 prime?

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

### Is 5600 prime?

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

### Is 140 a prime or not?

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

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### Is 770 a prime?

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

### Is 330 composite?

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

### Is 2500 composite?

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

### Why do numbers ending in 0 have factors of 2 and 5?

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