No, it is not a multiple of 0. Only 0 OS a multiple of every integer.
Not all (5 is prime) but every multiple of 5 greater than 5 is composite because they have more than two factors. Every multiple of any integer greater than one is composite.
The least multiple of any integer is itself.
Every irrational number, every rational number which is not an integer and every integer less than 2 falls into this category.
The least common multiple, or LCM, is the smallest positive integer that all the members of a given set of numbers will divide into evenly with no remainder.
Yes.Yes. The definition of integer is basically 'a whole number.'
Yes, 1 is a factor of every integer and every integer is a multiple of 1.
All of them. Every integer is a multiple of 1.
In mathematics, a multiple of an integer is the product of that integer with another integer. In other words, a is a multiple of b if a = nb, where nis an integer. If b is not zero, this is equivalent to saying that a / b is an integer.0 is a multiple of every integer ().Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple_(mathematics)
Yes, because every integer is a multiple of its factors.
No. 3 to the power 0 is 1, 3 to the power -1 is 1/3, etc.; however, if the exponent is a positive integer (i.e., 1 or more), then it is indeed a multiple of 3.
The least multiple of 9 is 9. The least multiple of any integer is the integer itself.
(Any integer) times (26) is. ( That's every multiple of 64. )
No, not every negative number is an integer. For example, -11/2 is not an integer. However, -1, -2, -3, and so on, are negative integers. Perhaps that is what you meant to ask. The negative of every positive integer is a negative integer.
every whole number is an integer. any fractions or decimals like, 1/2 or .5 is NOT an integer. 6 or -341 IS an integer.
Infinitely many. For every integer, N, there is a multiple: 20*N.
Every whole number or integer has 1 as a factor.