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Q: What are three multiples of six in prime numbers?

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Two and three are relatively prime, or coprime. That means that they have no smaller number, or factor, in common. So, the multiples of both numbers are the multiples of the product of the two, or the multiples of six.

All the prime numbers of six are 2 and 3.

Multiples of 6 include 12, 18 and 24.

Because three to the power of six is 729 which is not a prime number. :)

There are forty-six prime numbers betweeen 1 and 200.

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Two and three are relatively prime, or coprime. That means that they have no smaller number, or factor, in common. So, the multiples of both numbers are the multiples of the product of the two, or the multiples of six.

three is prime and prime means that nothing can be multiplied and get that number

Prime numbers: 1, 2, 3. Not prime numbers: 4, 6, 9. 12, 18, 36

There aren't only three multiples of six, but three examples would be: twelve (12), eighteen (18), and thirty-six (36).

Six and six million

Itself and any of its multiples

Itself and any of its multiples

They are multiples of 60.

No, all multiples of 6 are even numbers.

The first three multiples of 6 are 6, 12 and 18.

If you're asking about distinct prime factors, there are eight numbers tied with three of them. If not, 64 has six twos.

30030 has six prime numbers in its factorization (2x3x5x7x11x13).

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