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In this lesson, we will learn how to find multiples of whole numbers.
Q1:
66 and 72 are multiples of 6. What is the next multiple?
Q2:
Find the first four multiples of 13.
Q3:
The first five multiples of 4 are 4, 8, 12, 16, and 20.
Q4:
The number of students in a class is between 90 and 110 and is a multiple of 2 and 5. Find the number of students.
Q5:
Fill in the blanks with two consecutive multiples of 10 that satisfy < 7 2 < .
Q6:
Which of the following is a multiple of 9?
Q7:
Which of the following are multiples of 2 that are between 6 and 16?
Q8:
Fill in the blank: 40 is a of 4.
Q9:
The number of coloured blocks is between 34 and 68 is also a multiple of 17. How many coloured blocks are there?
Q10:
Which of the following numbers is greater than 49, is a multiple of both 2 and 10 but not a multiple of their product 20?
Q11:
The number of books in a library is between 56 and 70 and is a multiple of both 2 and 4. How many books are in the library?
Q12:
What number is a multiple of all whole numbers?
Q13:
What is a multiple of a number?
Q14:
Adam has blocks in three colours. The blue blocks are 1 cm high. The red blocks are 2 cm high, and the green blocks are 3 cm high.
Q15:
Is 56 a multiple of 6?
Q16:
Is 21 a multiple of 7?
Q17:
Complete the following: As 3 0 = 6 × , then 30 is a multiple of 6 and .
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