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Q: What number between67and 113 is a multiple of 2 and 8 and 10?

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It is: 70

It is 70

It is: 90

80.

It is: 90

It is: 90

90 is.

It is: 90

80 and 100 both qualify.

Good luck. The LCM is 290.

80

80 and 100 are the only numbers between 67 and 113 that are multiples of 4,5 and 10.

Just 90

80, 100

Only 80.

Because 20 is a multiple of 10.

There is no multiple of 10 that's a factor of 45.

89+24 change one number to a multiple of ten 90 is closest to 89 and you added by one digit adjust the other number (drop the second number by the same digit as the first number adjusted (one digit). 23 90+23=113 89+24=113

The first squared number that is a multiple of 10 is three digits.

CXIII = 113 (100+10+1+1+1 = 113)

Only if they're all the same number. 10 is both a factor and multiple of 10.

There is no number that is a multiple of 20 but not a multiple of 10.

If a multiple of 10 were a factor of 45, then both '10' and the multiple would be factors of 45. Since 10 is not a factor of 45, there is no such 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.