Six is a factor of 66.
Three is not a multiple of six. Six is a multiple of three. And three is a factor of six.
No. 6 is a factor of 36. 36 is a multiple of 6.
No, one is a factor of six, not a multiple. You cannot say one when you are counting by six.
It is: 36
is six a multiple of twelve?
There are an infinite number of multiples of 6 (numbers that six can divide into evenly with no remainder). Without using a calculator, you can determine if a number is a multiple of 6. To be a multiple of 6, it must have both 3 and 2 as factors. So if the number is even, then 2 is a factor. To determine if it is even, look at the ones digit, and if it is (0,2,4,6, or 8) then it's even. Then to determine if 3 is a factor, add the digits in the number, if this sum is a multiple of 3, then the number is also a multiple of 3 (or you could say 3 is a factor). If both of these are true, then the number is a multiple of 6. Example: 984: Last digit (ones digit) is 4, so it's even. Sum 9+8+4=21, which is a multiple of 3, so the number is a multiple of 3. Therefore it is a multiple of 6.
Six is a factor of twenty-four
No. Consider 18.