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Q: Is zero a multiple of any number?

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Any number multiplied by zero is zero. If you have something zero times you have nothing, i.e zero.

Yes, it is true that any number multiplied by 0 is 0. But zero is not considered a "multiple" (integral product) of any number.

No. * * * * * Yes. In fact, zero is a multiple of every number.

Any positive multiple of 5.

0 is a multiple of any number, since n*0 = 0 so 6*0 = 0 and 0 IS a multiple.

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Yes. Any number multiplied by zero equals zero so the zeroth multiple of any number is zero.

Any number multiplied by zero is zero. If you have something zero times you have nothing, i.e zero.

I'm not sure what you want. You can have 5 and 2 and any non-zero whole number. You can have 10 and any two non-zero whole numbers. You can have any even number, then any multiple of 5, then any non-zero whole number. Or any multiple of ten, then any two non-zero whole numbers. I think I covered the possibilities.

That's a multiple.

Yes, it is true that any number multiplied by 0 is 0. But zero is not considered a "multiple" (integral product) of any number.

No. * * * * * Yes. In fact, zero is a multiple of every number.

Any number multiplied by zero is zero. If I have a million dollars and I give it to you zero times, how many times have I given you a million dollars?

No. 0+0=0, 0x0=0 and so on.

A common multiple of any two numbers, such as 30 and 42, is a number into which each of two or more number can be divided with zero remainder. Any multiple of 210.

no o is nothing if you try dividing it you will get a fraction

Any positive multiple of 5.