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what are multiples of numbers 3 and 4

the first ten multiples other tahn zero of 3 and 4

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Robert J. | Certified High School AP Calculus and Physics TeacherCertified High School AP Calculus and Ph...
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LCM(3, 4) = 12

So, the first ten multiples of 3 and 4 are 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120.

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For finding multiples that is all you do, multiply. Let's start with 3. The first multiple would be 3x1 which equals 3. The second is 3x2 which equals 6. Third, 3x3=9. Fourth, 3x4=12. Fifth, 3x5=15. Sixth, 3x6=18. Seventh, 3x7=21. Eighth, 3x8=24. Ninth, 3x9=27. Tenth and final, 3x10=30. 

Now with four it is the exact same. First, 4x1=4. Second, 4x2=8. Third, 4x3=12. Fourth, 4x4=16. Fifth, 4x5=20. Sixth, 4x6=24. Seventh, 4x7=28. Eighth, 4x8=32. Ninth, 4x9=36. Tenth and final, 4x10=40. 

Another tip to remembering the multiples of a number is to count by it. For example the multiples of three: 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27,30. Hope this helps!