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There is no number between 67, and 113 that is a multiple of 356.

For a number to be a multiple of 356 it must be greater than 356. e.g. 356 x 2 = 712 (712 is a multiple of 356).

However, the question should read, 'What number between 67 and 113 is a FACTOR of 356?' .The answer is '89'. (89 multiplied to another number will have an answer of 356 ; They are the factors).

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A multiple of 356 would be a number than 356 can divide into. So there is no number between 67 and 113 that can be divided by 356. The number 89 is between is between 67 and 113 and it can be divided into 356 evenly, so it is a factor, but not a multiple. 356 is a multiple of 89.

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