If one number is a multiple of the other, the number that is the multiple is the LCM.
A multiple of any number would be the product of that number and any other nonzero whole number. A multiple of 4 is 8. A multiple of 100 is 300.
An even number can be a multiple of an odd number OR an even number. An odd number cannot be a multiple of an even number.
It has to be a whole number, or else every number would be a multiple of every other number.
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.
Multiply the number by another number and the product is the multiple
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yes a multiple is the answer of the number multiplied by a whole number
A multiple of a number is something you get when you multiply that number by another. For instance, 5 x 2 = 10, so 10 is a MULTIPLE of 5 and a MULTIPLE of 2. If you're trying to find a multiple of a number, say, 3, multiply that number by another. It can be any number.
No number between 61 and 107 is a multiple of 41020. A multiple is a number that another number can divide into. The lowest multiple of any number is itself. You may have meant factors, which is a number that divides into a multiple of itself. In that case there is a factor of 41020 between 61 and 107. That number is 70.
A number is a multiple of two when it's even.
when it is multiplied by another multiple
The number 438 is multiple of the number 2.
The smallest multiple of a number is itself.
If the number is even, it is a multiple of 2 If the sum of the digits make a number divisible by 3, the number is a multiple of 3 If the number ends in 5 or 0, the number is a multiple of 5 If the number is divisible by 2 and 3, the number is a multiple of 6 If the sum of the digits make a number divisible by 9, the number is a multiple of 9
No. A number cannot be both a factor and a multiple of another number. A number can be multiple and factor of itself, but nothing else.
0 ie Zero is a multiple of every number
A multiple of a natural number should be another natural number.
It could be: 4*7 = 28
The lowest multiple of a number is the number itself. As:- number x 1 = the number itself
It would help to have that other number. If the other number is a multiple of 3, the LCM is that number. If it is not a multiple of 3, the LCM is 3 times that number.
The number itself is the first multiple.
No. 19 is a prime number and is not a multiple of any number
The least multiple of any number is the number itself.