No. 2 is a multiple of only two numbers, one and itself.
No. * * * * * Yes. In fact, zero is a multiple of every number.
Yes except 7 itself which is a prime number
Every whole number that ends with a zero is a multiple of ten. There are an infinite number of them.
That's the least common multiple, or LCM.
If the number is even, it is a multiple of 2 If the sum of the digits make a number divisible by 3, the number is a multiple of 3 If the number ends in 5 or 0, the number is a multiple of 5 If the number is divisible by 2 and 3, the number is a multiple of 6 If the sum of the digits make a number divisible by 9, the number is a multiple of 9
Because your beginning number was a multiple of 2.
Yes. Every even number is a multiple of two.
Every number to which 2 is a factor. Therefore, every multiple of two; hence, every even number.
0 ie Zero is a multiple of every number
Every whole number (obviously not 0) is a multiple of 1.
Every number divisible by 6 is a multiple of two. So: 6, 12, 18, 24, 30
It has to be a whole number, or else every number would be a multiple of every other number.
Every number is both a factor and a multiple of itself. Every other factor is smaller than the number, every other multiple is larger than the number.
Every multiple of 15 is a common multiple of 5 and 15. There are an infinite number of them.
One is a factor of every number. One is only a multiple of itself.