Multiples of 10 include 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50. It is a sequence in which the difference between the next and previous numbers, i.e. It is a sequence where the difference between each next number and the preceding number, i.e. two consecutive results, equals 10.

A multiple of a number is the product obtained when the given number is multiplied by the same or any other number.

**Multiples of 10 Formula**

**10 x any number = it’s multiple**

**Multiples of 10 Chart**

10 x Any Number | Multiples of 10 |

10 × 1 | 10 |

10 × 2 | 20 |

10 × 3 | 30 |

10 × 4 | 40 |

10 × 5 | 50 |

10 × 6 | 60 |

10 × 7 | 70 |

10 × 8 | 80 |

10 × 9 | 90 |

10 × 10 | 100 |

10 × 11 | 110 |

10 × 12 | 120 |

10 × 13 | 130 |

10 × 14 | 140 |

10 × 15 | 150 |

10 × 16 | 160 |

10 × 17 | 170 |

10 × 18 | 180 |

10 × 19 | 190 |

10 × 20 | 200 |

10 x 21 | 210 |

10 x 22 | 220 |

10 x 23 | 230 |

10 x 24 | 240 |

10 x 25 | 250 |

10 x 26 | 260 |

10 x 27 | 270 |

10 x 28 | 280 |

10 x 29 | 290 |

10 x 30 | 300 |

10 x 31 | 310 |

10 x 32 | 320 |

10 x 33 | 330 |

10 x 34 | 340 |

10 x 35 | 350 |

10 x 36 | 360 |

10 x 37 | 370 |

10 x 38 | 380 |

10 x 39 | 390 |

10 x 40 | 400 |

10 x 41 | 410 |

10 x 42 | 420 |

10 x 43 | 430 |

10 x 44 | 440 |

10 x 45 | 450 |

10 x 46 | 460 |

10 x 47 | 470 |

10 x 48 | 480 |

10 x 49 | 490 |

10 x 50 | 450 |

Therefore, multiples of 8 are 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100,110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180, 190, 200, 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 270, 280, 290, 300, 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360,370, 380, 390, 400, 410, 420, 430, 440, 450, 460, 470, 480, 490, 450…

We get a series of multiples by multiplying the given number by other numbers.

**Multiples of 10 by Skip Counting**

10 + 0 = | 10 |

10 + 10 = | 20 |

20 + 10 = | 30 |

30 + 10 = | 40 |

40 + 10 = | 50 |

50 + 10 = | 60 |

60 + 10 = | 70 |

70 + 10 = | 80 |

80 + 10 = | 90 |

90 + 10 = | 100 |

Therefore, multiples of 8 are 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100.

**Remember:**

- A Number is multiple in itself.
- Every number is multiple of 1.
- Every multiple of a given number is equal to or greater than the number itself.
- Every number has an infinite number of multiples.
- 0 is a multiple of every number. But 0 is not a factor of any number except 0.