Factors of the number will also be factors of the number's multiples. Multiples of the number will also be multiples of the number's factors.
Factors go into the number evenly, the number goes into multiples evenly.
Factors go into the number. The number goes into multiples.
Multiples. Numbers have an infinite number of multiples.
All multiples of 65, which is an infinite number.
Maybe that the factors of the number are also factors of the number's multiples?
They are the factors.
Any finite number has a finite number of factors, but an infinite number of multiples.
All factors of a number n will be factors of any multiple of n. All multiples of a number n will be multiples of any factor of n.
No number has the exact same multiples. Factors and multiples of 12 will have some of the same multiples.
1, 5, 13, 65 and as you see the person above me doesn't know that you can call it multiples or factors because IT DOESN'T MATTER LENSHEA
This is a nonsensical question. There are more than 13 multiples of 10 - in fact there are an infinite number. And there are multiples of 10 which have an infinite number of factors - so there cannot be a "largest" number of factors.