Q: What is the smallest number that is a multiple of all the natural numbers from 7 to 13 inclusive?

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There are 39 natural numbers between 1,000 and 1,500, inclusive, that are divisible by 13.

natural numbers are positive not including 0, so therefore, 10. 1 thru 10

All nonzero numbers have multiples. Any two numbers will have an infinite number of multiples in common. The smallest of these is known as the least common multiple, or LCM.

18 2*9 =18

None. The LCM (least common multiple) is the smallest positive whole number exactly divisible by two or more whole numbers.

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There are 39 natural numbers between 1,000 and 1,500, inclusive, that are divisible by 13.

There is no smallest multiple since there are infinitely many negative numbers. The smallest POSITIVE multiple is 6.

The smallest number that is a multiple of two or more numbers is called the least common multiple, or LCM.

The natural numbers are the numbers used to count things (the counting numbers). The smallest number of things you can have when you have some to count is one. Thus the smallest natural number is 1.

The least common multiple - that's the smallest multiple that they all have in common

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4 is a multiple of three numbers.

It is the smallest number that is a multiple of all the numbers in the set. Or to put it another way, it is the smallest number divisible by all the numbers in the set.