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To determine whether 3 is a multiple of 78, divide 78 by 3. You should get 78 / 3 = 26. So 3 is a multiple of 78.

Another way to work out this problem is to add up the digits of 78. 7 + 8 = 15, which is divisible by 3. So 3 is a multiple of 78.

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