Find the first four multiples of 13.
The first step, we’ll be remembering what the word “multiples” means. “Multiples” are what we get after multiplying the number by an integer. In our case, the number we’re multiplying by is 13. And we’re interested in the first four integers. And by that, we mean zero, one, two, and three.
To solve this problem, we’ll need to take the number we’re interested in, 13, and multiply it by zero, one, two, and three. 13 times zero is zero. 13 times one is 13. 13 times two, 26. And 13 times three, 39. In order, the first four multiples of 13 are zero, 13, 26, 39.