A single number cannot have common multiples, common multiples can only be shared by two or more numbers.
A single number cannot have a "common multiple" - common multiples are shared by two or more numbers.
All numbers have an infinite amount of multiples.
Multiples. Numbers have an infinite number of multiples.
They are numbers which are not common multiples.
No, all whole numbers have an infinite number of multiples.
There cannot be common multiples of a single number such as 345. Common multiples are multiples that two or more numbers have in common.
This cannot be determined because the common multiples of any two or more numbers are infinite.
As numbers get larger, it is more likely that they will be multiples of something.
A common multiple is used to compare the multiples of two or more numbers - a single number cannot have any common multiples.