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# What Are the Multiples of 75?

**The first 10 multiples of 75 are 75, 150, 225, 300, 375, 450, 525, 600, 675 and 750.** Like any other number, there are an infinite amount of multiples of 75 that can be obtained by multiplying 75 by integers larger than 10.

A multiple of a number refers to any number that is equal or larger than that original number that has the original number as a factor. This means that if a number can be divided by the original number with no remainder, then that number is a multiple of the original number. The original number would also be considered a factor of the larger number.

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