IN MATH: 1. n. result of a multiplication (almost always) with a natural number. EX. What numbers are multiples of both 6 and 5?

 See: A Game for Two Players - fun vocabulary drill on prime, composite, reciprocal, multiple Recognition of Prime Numbers Game - a web page that permits one to test knowledge of the primes and composites from 1 through 100 Divisibility Tests - 2 through 10 with links to other resources prime factorization of whole numbers from 1 to 122 in text form Primes Spreadsheet - with a prime factorization of whole numbers from 1 to 122, whole numbers from from 1 to 500 with primes marked in color MY, MY, MULTIPLY - multiplication: wholes, fractions, decimals VOCABULARY Whole Number Multiplication Recources

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. more than 1. EX. Multiple choice tests are not always easy.

APPLICATION: (see list 30)

1. What numbers are a multiple of both 6 and 5?

2. List the multiples of 12 which are greater than 100 but less than 150.

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