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For example, the **nonzero multiple**is any**multiple**that isnot zero.**nonzero multiples**of 4 wouldinclude 4, 8, 12, 16 and so on. If a question were to ask for thefirst two

**nonzero multiples**of 2, the answer would be 2 and4, as zero is specifically excluded because it is not a

**nonzeromultiple**.

Keeping this in consideration, what is a non zero multiple?

The least **non zero multiple** of any number is thenumber itself. **Multiple** of any number is greater than orequal to the given number. Example - 1) 2 is the least **non zeromultiple** of 2. All the other **multiples** of 2 like 4, 6, 8etc are greater than 2.

**number**or its negative,e.g. , -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, A

**non**-

**zero**integer is any ofthese but 0.

Besides, what are the nonzero multiples of 5?

**Multiples of 5** :**5**,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55.

Hence, the answer is **18**. This series is followed up by the other**non**-**zero** multiplier of **18** such as **18**,36, 54, 72, 90 and so on.