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# Are 12 24 and 42 multiples of 6?

Updated: 8/29/2023

Wiki User

9y ago

Yes, because 12 is a multiple of 6.

12 = 2*6, so any number which is a multiple of 12 is guaranteed to be a multiple of both 2 and 6.

Wiki User

14y ago

Wiki User

8y ago

The common multiples of 6 and12 are 12, 24, 36, and so on.
12, 24, 36
12, 24, 36

Wiki User

13y ago

No. 6 and 18 are both multiples of 6, but neither is a multiple of 12.

However, any multiple of 12 is a multiple of 6.

Wiki User

8y ago

Common multiples include any multiple of 24.

Wiki User

8y ago

Common multiples include any multiple of 24.

Wiki User

8y ago

No. 1, 2 and 3 are factors of 6. 6 is a multiple of 1, 2 and 3.

Wiki User

14y ago

12, 24, 36, 48 etc

Wiki User

9y ago

Yes

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