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Find the first four multiples of 13.
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The first step, we’ll be remembering what the word “multiples” means.
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“Multiples” are what we get after multiplying the number by an integer.
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In our case, the number we’re multiplying by is 13.
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And we’re interested in the first four integers.
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And by that, we mean zero, one, two, and three.
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To solve this problem, we’ll need to take the number we’re interested in, 13, and multiply it by zero, one, two, and three.
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13 times zero is zero.
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13 times one is 13.
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13 times two, 26.
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And 13 times three, 39.
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In order, the first four multiples of 13 are zero, 13, 26, 39.