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Q: What is the seventh multiple of 3 that is greater than zero?

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No, since 60 is (greater than 0 and) less than 122515 and all multiples of 122515 are greater than, or equal to, 122515. Neither is 60 a factor of 122515 (22515 a multiple of 60) since 60 is a multiple of 10 and all multiples of 10 end in a zero (ie the units digit is zero) but 122515 does not end in a zero and so cannot be a multiple of 10, nor 60.