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Q: Every multiple of a non-zero number is greater than the number?

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It has to be a whole number, or else every number would be a multiple of every other number.

Because your beginning number was a multiple of 2.

no

Every number greater than 1 has the two factors 1 and the number itself.

Every multiple of any number (except 0 or 1) is composite.

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Every nonzero number has multiples. Every set of nonzero numbers has an LCM.

Greater than or equal to, yes. 10 is a multiple of 10.

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Yes! it is.

It is the number itself.

Every nonzero whole number can be factored.

Because every one of then is a multiple of 2.

Not all (5 is prime) but every multiple of 5 greater than 5 is composite because they have more than two factors. Every multiple of any integer greater than one is composite.

Every nonzero number is a factor of itself.

Not all (5 is prime) but every multiple of 5 greater than 5 is composite because they have more than two factors. Every multiple of any integer greater than one is composite.

This is true.

Because if they were even they would be a multiple of 2 and thus not prime.

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