The multiples of 1 are obtained by multiplying integers with 1. In this section, we will learn about the multiples of 1. For more details about multiples, see our page “Multiples of a Number“.

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## What are Multiples of 1?

A number is called a multiple of 1 if it is completely divisible by 1 with the remainder zero.

For example, 1 divides 2 completely, so by the definition 2 is a multiple of 1. Similarly, 1, 4, 5, 8, 11, 100, etc. are all examples of multiples of 1 as they are completely divisible 1.

Remark: From the above definition, it is clear that any multiple of 1 can be written as 1n for some integer n. So the set of multiples of 1 is given by

{1n: n is an integer}= the set of integers.

## First 10 Multiples of 1

The first 10 multiples of 1 are as follows:

1×1=1 | 1×2=2 |

1×3=3 | 1×4=4 |

1×5=5 | 1×6=6 |

1×7=7 | 1×8=8 |

1×9=9 | 1×10=10 |

So we have:

The first 10 multiples of 1 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. |

**Question:** What are the first ten multiples of 1?

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## First 20 Multiples of 1

The first 20 multiples of 1 are given below:

1×1=1 | 1×2=2 |

1×3=3 | 1×4=4 |

1×5=5 | 1×6=6 |

1×7=7 | 1×8=8 |

1×9=9 | 1×10=10 |

1×11=11 | 1×12=12 |

1×13=13 | 1×14=14 |

1×15=15 | 1×16=16 |

1×17=17 | 1×18=18 |

1×19=19 | 1×20=20 |

So we have:

The first 20 multiples of 1 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20. |

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## Properties of Multiples of 20

• Every integer is a multiple of 1.