Q: What is the smallest non zero multiple of a number is?

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1000

There is no such number since you cannot list every non-zero number!

A multiple

000000 because i said so * * * * * It is 100000. In order to be a six-digit number, the first digit needs to be non-zero. The smallest such number is 1. After that, each digit must be the smallest digit possible and every time that is 0.

The common denominator refers to a multiple that is COMMON to two or more numbers. You have only one number in the question! The common denominator for a number is any non-zero multiple of the number.

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1000

There is no such number since you cannot list every non-zero number!

A multiple

Not necessarily. A number is also a multiple of itself.

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.

No. Every non-zero whole number is a multiple of 1.

You multiply the fraction by any non-zero multiple of its denominator.

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You multiply the fraction by any non-zero multiple of its denominator.

The least common multiple of 6 and 23 is 138.The least common multiple (LCM) is often also called the lowest common multiple or smallest common multiple. Keep in mind that these different terms all refer to the same thing: the smallest positive integer which is a multiple of two or more numbers.138 (6 multipled by 23) There is no other number that these two numbers can divide into that is less than 138.

000000 because i said so * * * * * It is 100000. In order to be a six-digit number, the first digit needs to be non-zero. The smallest such number is 1. After that, each digit must be the smallest digit possible and every time that is 0.