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The multiples of a whole number are found by taking the product of any counting number and that whole number. For example, to find the multiples of 5, multiply 5 by 1, 5 by 2, 5 by 3, and so on. The multiples are the products of these multiplications.

To find out if a number is a multiple of another, simply reverse the process and divide by 5.

115 divided by 5 is 23 so 115 is a multiple of 5

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