Q: What are some multiples of 130 that are prime?

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The prime factorization of 130 is 2x5x13.

To find the multiples of 130, just multiply 130 by the numbers, 1,2,3,4.... So the first is 130, the next is 260, the third ones is 390... and you can keep going forever. That is what "..." means in this context.

Multiples aren't prime.

No prime numbers end in 0. 130 is a composite.

Multiples of 6 cannot, by definition, be prime numbers!

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The prime factorization of 130 is 2x5x13.

To find the multiples of 130, just multiply 130 by the numbers, 1,2,3,4.... So the first is 130, the next is 260, the third ones is 390... and you can keep going forever. That is what "..." means in this context.

12 doesn't have any prime multiples.

Multiples aren't prime.

Since they are both prime, just multiple them together (65) and find multiples of that. Common multiples of 5 and 13 are: 65*1 = 65 65*2 = 130 65*3 = 195 etc

there are no prime multiples for 75 the prime factors or 75 are 5, 5, and 3

No prime numbers end in 0. 130 is a composite.

Multiples of 6 cannot, by definition, be prime numbers!

65, 130, 185 and so on.

65, 130, 195