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Containing more than once, or more than one; consisting of more than one; manifold; repeated many times; having several, or many, parts.
A quantity containing another quantity an integral number of times without a remainder.
the product of a given whole number and another number, for example, 6 is a multiple of 2, 36 is a multiple of 6, and 0 is a multiple of any number
A multiple of a number is the product of that number and any other whole number. Zero is a multiple of every number.
An un-separated unit of stamps including at least two stamps, but fewer than the number included in a full pane.
System of wiring so arranged that a circuit, a line, or a group of lines is accessible at a number of points. Also called Multipoint.
any number that has a given number as a factor is called a multiple of that factor. Example: 14 = 7 × 2, 49 = 7 × 7 and 70 = 7 × 10. So 14, 49 and 70 are all multiples of 7.
An integer obtained by multiplying two integers together. (e.g. 4 is a mulitple of 2). This is the "opposite" of factor. Proof by Contrapositive[ edit
the product of a quantity by an integer; "36 is a multiple of 9"
a number that can be divided exactly by another
A multiple of the number, b, is a whole number times b.
any repeated reproduction of an original, including sculpture. [see CHROMAGRAPH, PRINT etc.
A number which is the product of a given integer and another integer. (e.g., 6 and 9 are multiples of 3).
A number that is a product of a number and another number. 6 X 2 = 12 12 is a multiple of 2 and a multiple of 6 4 X 2 = 8 8 is a multiple of 2 and a multiple of 4
The multiple of a number is the product of the number and any other whole number. (2,4,6,8 are multiples of 8)
any number that is the product of a number and an integer.  For example, 24 is a multiple of 3, since 24 = 3 • 8.
A work of art, sculpture, usually realized in three dimensions and produced in a limited quantity. A variety of fabrication techniques are utilized-in rare cases including imaging with serigraphy-which have been designated by the artist under his direct supervision and control, and upon completion the artist inspects, signs and numbers each object after which no further multiples are produced.