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# Is 41 a multiple of 2 and 4?

Updated: 8/20/2019 Wiki User

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It's a multiple of neither of those. Wiki User

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### What is 164 a multiple of?

2, 82, 4, 41. 164 = 2 x 2 x 41

### What is the least common multiple of 41 and 2?

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 41 2 is 82.

### What is the LCM of 4 and 41?

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) of 4 and 41 is 164.

### Is 41 a multiple of 4?

No. 41 is not a mutiple of 4. There are a few whole numbers, not many, of which 41 is a mutiple, but 4 is not one of them. The only ones that meet the requirement are ' 1 ' and ' 41 '.

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### Which is the multiple of 2 and 4?

Any multiple of 4 is also a multiple of 2.

### Is A multiple of 2 is also a multiple of 4?

No, but vice versa holds true. Case and point: 6 is a multiple of 2, but not a multiple of 4. 8 is a multiple of 4, and is a multiple of 2. Because a factor of 4 is 2, every multiple of 4 is also a multiple of 2. But since 4 is not a factor of 2, rather, only half of it, only half of the multiples of 2 will be multiples of 4.

### What is the least common multiple for 2 and 4?

4 4 is the second multiple of 2 and the first multiple of itself, so it is the LCM of 2 and 4.

### Why multiple of 4 is not a multiple of 2?

because... 4 does not go into 2 so it's not a multiple All multiples of 4 are multiples of 2.

### What is the lowest common multiple of of2and 4?

it is 4,4 is a multiple of 4 by 1and4 is a multiple of 2 by 2

### What is a factor of 4 but not a multiple of 2?

1 is a factor of 4 that is not a multiple of 2.

### How do you solve x squared -4x equals 41?

x&sup2; - 4x = 41 &rarr; x&sup2; -4x - 41 = 0 Using the quadratic formula: x = (-b &plusmn; &radic;(b&sup2; - 4ac))/(2a) &rarr; x = (4 &plusmn; &radic;(4&sup2; - 4&times;1&times;-41)/(2&times;1) &rarr; x = (4 &plusmn; &radic;(4(4+41)))/2 &rarr; x = (4 &plusmn; 2&radic;45)/2 &rarr; x = 2 &plusmn; &radic;45 &rarr; x = 2 + &radic;45 (&asymp; 8.708) or x = 2 - &radic;45 (&asymp; -4.708)