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Is 0 a multiple of any number?

Updated: 12/14/2022

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13y ago

It depends for example:

0, 3, 6

This times table starts with 0.

3, 6, 9

This one does to it is just not included in the times table.

So yes 0 is a multiple of all numbers.

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