This page provides a brief overview of *multiplies of a number*.

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Consider the number `6`. Which of the following shows result of multiplying `6` by the sequence of numbers `1,2,3,4,5,cdots`?

- `6` only
- `6`, `12`, `18`, `24`, `30`, `cdots`
- `6`, `12`, `18`, `24`, `30`, `cdots`
- both the above

The answer is "`6`, `12`, `18`, `24`, `30`, `cdots` "

A dividend that has another number as factor is called **multiple** of the factor.

eg: `24` is a multiple of `3`, as `24-:3 = 8` with remainder `0`

eg: `24` is also a multiple of `2`

eg: `24` is also a multiple of `6`

eg: `24` is also a multiple of `24`

Which of the following is a meaning for the word "multiple"?

- having several parts of something
- having several parts of something
- having bad temper and sulky

The answer is "having several parts of something".

What is the term used to refer a number that is several times of a number?

- Pronunciation : Say the answer once

Spelling: Write the answer once

The answer is "multiple of the number".

**Multiples of a number** : The dividend that is divided by a factor with remainder `8`, is a multiple of the factor.

What are the multiples of `6`?

- `2,3`
- `6,12,18,cdots`
- `6,12,18,cdots`

The answer is "`6,12,18,cdots`".

What are the multiples of `34`?

- there are no multiples for large numbers
- `34,68,102,136, cdots`
- `34,68,102,136, cdots`

The answer is "`34,68,102,136, cdots`".

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