Q: Which number is a multiple of every other number?

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Every whole number (obviously not 0) is a multiple of 1.

Every other number that ends in 5 is a multiple of 5 this is why

No. * * * * * Yes. In fact, zero is a multiple of every number.

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There is no such number since you cannot list every non-zero number!

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It has to be a whole number, or else every number would be a multiple of every other number.

Every whole number (obviously not 0) is a multiple of 1.

Every other number that ends in 5 is a multiple of 5 this is why

One is a factor of every number. One is only a multiple of itself.

Not in the normal usage of the words. Usually, a number is considered to be a multiple of another number only of there is an integer you can multiply the other number by in order to get the first number. If you allowed multiplication by non-integers, then every number would be a multiple of every other number except zero and the term "multiple" would be fairly useless. So in the normal way of speaking, 39 is not a multiple of 6 because there is no integer (whole number) you can multiply 6 by in order to get 39.

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No. * * * * * Yes. In fact, zero is a multiple of every number.

Yes. And that multiple is 1.

Because your beginning number was a multiple of 2.

Every multiple of 80 is. There are an infinite number of them.

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