# What are the first six nonzero multiples 5

5*3 = 15
5*5 = 25
5*7 = 35
5*9 = 45
5*11 = 55
None of them involve 0's

Answer: 5,15,25,35,45,55,65 is that is far as you need it

## Related Questions

Suppose v varies directly as g, and v=36 when g=4. Find v when g=11.

Step-by-step explanation:

We have been given that that v varies directly as g.

We can represent this information in an equation as:

First of all, we will find constant of variation (k) by substituting and in our given equation.

So our equation would be .

Now, we will substitute   in the given equation:

Therefore, the value of v is 99.

For a variable to vary directly to another is telling you to set up a proportion

v/g = v/g

36/4 = v/11

4v = 396

v = 99

If a 16 foot piece of string is cut into 2 pieces so that the longer piece is 1 foot longer that twice the shorter piece if the shorter piece is x foot long, find the length of both pieces

Well,

We can write everything down based on x.

Longer piece = 2x + 1
Longer piece + Shorter piece = 16
x + 2x + 1 = 16

Collect Like Terms
3x + 1 = 16

Subtract 1 from both sides
3x = 15

Divide both sides by 3
x = 5

Longer piece = 2x + 1
Longer piece = 2(5) + 1
Longer piece = 10 + 1
Longer piece = 11

11 + 5 = 16

Longer piece = 11 ft.
Shorter piece = 5 ft.

Step-by-step explanation:

What is an equivalent ratio of 5/6

10/12

Step-by-step explanation:

10/12 and 60 /72 they are equivalent

How do you factor 8x+56?

If you mean how do you get x by it's you divide both sides by 8, to cancel out the multiplication between x and 8, meaning that it would end up being x=7, sorry if that didn't answer your question correctly.
Divide 56 by eight (=7)
Divide 8x by eight (=X)
So you have X + 7
So I think it would be 1(x+7)

(I could be wrong)

Solve the following equation.  3(4x−7)=27