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Q: How many two-digit counting numbers are either multiples of 2 or multiples of 3?

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Either add it to itself over and over or multiply it by consecutive counting numbers.

Multiples are found by multiplying a given number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

The st of counting numbers are called natural numbers. This is taught in math.

Multiples are found by multiplying your number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

Multiples are found by multiplying your number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

All multiples of 5 are numbers ending in either 5 or 0.

Multiples are found by multiplying your number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

No, just by integers. Multiples are found by multiplying a number by successive counting numbers. 108 x 1 = 108 108 x 2 = 216 108 x 3 = 324 And so on forever. Since numbers don't stop, multiples don't stop either.

No. One, a counting number, doesn't belong to either of those sets.

None of them. All counting numbers are either odd or even.

When numbers count by five, the number you are counting to either has a 5 or 0 in it.

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