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Q: When is a number a multiple of 4?

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The number 12 has 4 and 6 as factors so 12 is a multiple of 4 and 6.

The only prime factor of 4 is 2. No prime number is a multiple of 5.

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Any number of the form 12*k, where k is an integer will be a multiple of 4 and 6.

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It could be: 4*7 = 28

The number 58 is not considered a multiple of 4. A simple way of figuring out if a number is a multiple of another number is by dividing the number in question by the multiple. Such as finding out that 12 is a multiple of four. 12/4=3. If the number comes up as a whole number - then that number is a multiple.

It is: 4*12 = 48

No - a smaller number can never be a multiple of a number, only a factor. But 4 is not a factor of 62, either.

If last two digits of a number are divisible by 4 then number is a multiple of 4 for a number with more than 21 digit

There is no such number. Since 4 more than that number would be a higher multiple. And 4 more than THAT number would be a higher multiple still. And so on.

There is no number that is "divisible by 4" and "not divisible by 4" at the same time - a number cannot be both a multiple of 4 and not a multiple of 4.

8 is a multiple and is not a perfect square.

There is no greatest multiple of any number: whatever multiple of 4 you say is the greatest I can always add 4 and get an even greater multiple.

The number 12 has 4 and 6 as factors so 12 is a multiple of 4 and 6.

The smallest number which is a common multiple of both 7 and 4 is 28.

yes, any number that can be made by multiplying a number by the original number is a multiple so: 5 is a multiple of 5 6 is a mult. of 6 and so on BUT 0 is not a multiple of any number but itself...

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