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Asked Aug 27, 2019
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what is the multiple of 1784

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Step 1

Multiple of an integer d:

For an integer d, if there exists a such that n = kd, where n and k are some integers, then n is called a multiple of d.

Obtain the positive multiples of 1784 as follows.

Start with integer k = 1, 2, 3,….

n 1(1784)
=1784
n 2(1784)
=3568
n 3(1784)
=5352 and so on.
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n 1(1784) =1784 n 2(1784) =3568 n 3(1784) =5352 and so on.

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Step 2

Obtain the negative multiples of 1784 as follows.

n-3(1784)
-5352
n-2(1784)
=-3568
n -1(1784)
-1784 and so on
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n-3(1784) -5352 n-2(1784) =-3568 n -1(1784) -1784 and so on

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Step 3

Also,

...
n 0(1784)
=0
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n 0(1784) =0

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