What is a Multiple in Math? - Definition & Overview

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Which of the following is NOT a multiple of 7?

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1. What is the LCM for 32 and 18?

2. What is the LCM for 18, 12, and 10?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

If a number is not prime, that means it is a multiple of a different number. In this quiz, you'll use what you know about multiples in ways that include finding an LCM or prime factorization.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This multiples quiz is here so you can focus on your ability to:

  • Understand which of given options is not a multiple
  • Find the LCM for given numbers
  • Determine the prime factorization for a given number
  • Recognize which of given numbers is prime

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most important information from the lesson on multiples
  • Critical thinking - use this information to consider if something is a multiple or not
  • Problem solving - find the LCM and prime factorization of numbers

Additional Learning

The lesson titled What is a Multiple in Math? - Definition & Overview is available should you need more information on this topic and it also covers the following objectives:

  • Define the least common multiple
  • Explain how to find the LCM by listing multiples
  • Apply prime factorization to finding the LCM
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