They have a converse relationship. A factor is a number that divides into another, with no remainders. A multiple is something that can be multiplied by another number, to reach the original number that you had. Thus: Original number / a factor = a multiple Multiple * (the correct factor) = original number. "the correct factor", because most number have more than one factor. But only one factor * multiple will give the original number.
One is a factor of every number. One is only a multiple of itself.
When one number is a multiple of the other, the greatest common factor of the two is the smaller number.
A factor is what goes into a number, a multiple is what a number goes into. 3 is a factor of 9 27 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.
No. A factor goes into a number. A number goes into a multiple. They have an inverse relationship in the sense that if A is a multiple of B, then B is a factor of A.
There is no multiple of 10 that's a factor of 45.
Which number is a factor of 10 , but not a multiple of 5
Only if the multiple, the factor and the original number are all the same. 10 is a multiple and factor of 10.
Every number is both a factor and a multiple of itself. Every other factor is smaller than the number, every other multiple is larger than the number.
16 is both a factor and a multiple of itself.
The number is 18, It is even number, it is factor of 198 and multiple of 9