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Q: How many 2 digit whole numbers are multiples of both 6 and 4?

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18, 36, 54, 72, 90

There are 30 two-digit multiples of 3 plus 18 two-digit multiples of 5 minus 6 two-digit multiples of both. Answer: 42

Five: 18, 36, 54, 72, 90.

-- both are positive numbers -- both are greater than 15 -- both are less than 1 googol -- both are even numbers -- both are written with one odd digit and one even digit -- both are powers of 2 -- both have the factors (are multiples of) 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16

They're both whole numbers. Factors go into numbers, numbers go into multiples. They have an inverse relationship. If A is a factor of B, then B is a multiple of A.

They're both even numbers. They're both single digit integers. The LCM of 2 and 6 is 6.

You need to have 2 numbers to work out the common multiples...The whole idea of common multiples is that they are multiples which both numbers share (or have in common).Also, the GREATEST multiple of anything is infinity

The first one is 5, and -5 is also one of them.. The others are all the whole numbers, both positive or negative, with two or more digits where the last digit is either 'zero' or 5 .

Numbers are divisible by their factors. Multiples are divisible by their numbers.

Multiples of 6 are.

Multiple of both 2 and 3 <=> multiple of 6 So require 2 digit multiples of 6. 2*6 = 12 and 16*6=96 So the answer is 16-2+1 = 15

There is no difference. In both cases, the place value, of any digit, is ten times the place value of the digit to its right.

25 and 29 are both numbers between 20 and 30, 10 and 50, 1 and 100, etc. They are both 2-digit numbers. They both have a 2 in the hundred's place. They are both whole numbers.

It appears as if A and B are both multiples of a whole number C.

If both of your numbers divide into them evenly with no remainder, they are common multiples.

Since both 3 and 5 are prime numbers, only numbers that are multiples of its product are the numbers that are divisible by both. 15 is the LCM of 3 and 5 and hence all multiples of 15 are divisible by both 3 and 5

Multiples of 50 are the only numbers that are both. All other multiples of 5 aren't.

Both numbers are multiples of 5

The set of multiples of 12.

A multiple of a number is that number multiplied by an integer. It is obviously not possible to get "all multiples" of any number. ================================================= There are an infinite number of multiples of any single number. Also, there are an infinite number of quantities written with a single digit. Besides the 19 whole numbers from -9 to +9, there are also all the numbers like .4 and -.0007 . So the answer to your question would consist of an infinite number of lists, with an infinite number of items on each list. We're both slightly busy at the moment. Maybe we'll get back to you.

Since the whole numbers are the same (both are zero), take a look at the first decimal digit. The one that has the larger digit is the larger number.

both are multiples of 4, 2, and 8 because they're divisible by 2, they're even numbers Both are positive integers (whole numbers greater than 0)

73 is the largest 2 digit number that is both prime and has prime numbers for both of its digits.

33 multiples of 3 plus 12 multiples of 8 minus 4 multiples of both. 41%