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Is 3 a multiple of 5?

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2010-04-21 22:02:39

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No.

3 is less than 5, thus cannot be a multiple of it; 3 is prime, therefore cannot be a multiple of any number besides 3 (which is one of its factors); by definition, 3 is ismply not a multiple of any number but 1 and 3.

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