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The first ten positive integer multiples of 135 are:

1 x 135 = 135

2 x 135 = 270

3 x 135 = 405

4 x 135 = 540

5 x 135 = 675

6 x 135 = 810

7 x 135 = 945

8 x 135 = 1080

9 x 135 = 1215

10 x 135 = 1350

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