Q: Is zero a multiple of ten?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

0 (Zero)

Every whole number that ends with a zero is a multiple of ten. There are an infinite number of them.

Yes, zero is a multiple of zero.

There is one zero in ten.

Yes, but the multiple is zero, in other wording, it takes zero times for seven to get to zero.

Related questions

Why the product of a multiple of ten and a multiple of ten will always have only one zero

Yes.

0 (Zero)

I'm not sure what you want. You can have 5 and 2 and any non-zero whole number. You can have 10 and any two non-zero whole numbers. You can have any even number, then any multiple of 5, then any non-zero whole number. Or any multiple of ten, then any two non-zero whole numbers. I think I covered the possibilities.

Every whole number that ends with a zero is a multiple of ten. There are an infinite number of them.

Yes, all whole numbers ending in zero are multiples of ten.

Because every alternate multiple is also divisible by ten - therefore it ends in zero !

Yes, zero is a multiple of zero.

There is one zero in ten.

I am not entirely sure what you mean; a multiple of 10 can have more than one zeros. For example, 20 x 10 = 200.

Yes, but the multiple is zero, in other wording, it takes zero times for seven to get to zero.

Yes, zero divided by ten does equal zero. When zero is divided by any number, the result is zero.