Q: What are all the numbers between 40 and 60 that are multiples of 5?

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They are 24, 30 and 36

Multiples of 5 are not prime numbers except 5, so there are none. But, there are prime numbers between 20 and 40, like 23, 29, 31 and 37.

There is an infinite number of common multiples for 40 and 50. A common multiple of any two numbers is any number into which each of two or more numbers can be divided evenly (zero remainder).

Multiples of what???For example, to get multiples of 20, just start with 20 and add 20 at a time: 20, 40, 60, ...

All the common multiples of a set of numbers are the multiples of their lowest common multiple: lcm(5, 8, 10) = 40 → first three common multiples are 40, 80, 120

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The multiples of 4 between 20 and 40 are 24, 28, 32, and 36.

They are 24, 30 and 36

2 and 3 because they're the lowest two numbers you can get between 1 and 40.

Not all multiples of 40 are multiples of 80. Only the even multiples of 40 are also multiples of 80. The odd multiples, e.g. 40, 120, 200, 280, and 360, are not multiples of 80.

Multiples of 5 are not prime numbers except 5, so there are none. But, there are prime numbers between 20 and 40, like 23, 29, 31 and 37.

33 multiples of 3 10 multiples of 10 -3 multiples of both 40 total

All multiples of 12 have 3 and 4 as factors, so it would be 12, 24, and 36

45 and 54 are the multiples of 9 between 40 and 60

There is an infinite number of common multiples for 40 and 50. A common multiple of any two numbers is any number into which each of two or more numbers can be divided evenly (zero remainder).

42, 48, and 54

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