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Is Zero a multiple of every number?

diwalimadness 28 January 2020 21:48

Is zero a multiple of every number? How can we prove this?

In the same way we can use square numbers, prime numbers, etc., how can we describe the special characteristics/properties of 0 and 1? What kind of numbers are 0 and 1?

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