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Q: What is the multiple of 9 that is greater than zero?

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Any multiple of 45 greater than 180, starting with 225.

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9 is a natural number, as is any whole number greater than zero.

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No factors of 5 and 9 are greater than 5 and 9, respectively. 90 is a multiple of 5 and 9 in that range.

Get a calculator. Find 9*1 = 9*2 = 9*3 = 9*4 = 9*5 = It really is simple.

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No, 9.6 which is 9 and 6/10 is greater than 9