A multiple of a natural number should be another natural number.
YES. Any even natural number is a multiple of 2.
The smallest multiple of a natural number n, is 1xn, or the number itself. We do not count 0xn which of course would be zero for every natural number n.
It could be: 4*7 = 28
Yes every natural no. a factor and multiple of 1
The number 58 is not considered a multiple of 4. A simple way of figuring out if a number is a multiple of another number is by dividing the number in question by the multiple. Such as finding out that 12 is a multiple of four. 12/4=3. If the number comes up as a whole number - then that number is a multiple.
It is: 4*12 = 48
If last two digits of a number are divisible by 4 then number is a multiple of 4 for a number with more than 21 digit
There is no number that is "divisible by 4" and "not divisible by 4" at the same time - a number cannot be both a multiple of 4 and not a multiple of 4.
There is no such number. Since 4 more than that number would be a higher multiple. And 4 more than THAT number would be a higher multiple still. And so on.
8 is a multiple and is not a perfect square.