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2-134.

Copy the table of multiples below, add $11$ more columns, and fill in all of the missing entries.

 Two: Five: $2$ $4$ $6$ $8$ $5$ $10$ $15$
1. Write all of the numbers that appear in both the "two" row and the "five" row. Describe any pattern that you notice.

The numbers that appear in both are $10, 20$, and $30$.
Remember to describe the pattern.

2. What is the smallest multiple of both numbers?

This is the smallest number that appears in both rows.

3. From your list, what is the largest multiple of both numbers?

Look to the previous part for help.

4. Write three more multiples that both two and five have in common.

Think about the pattern you noticed earlier.