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Problem Statement - multiples of an integer

Write a program to display 2nd, 4th and 6th multiple of the input integer number.


TC++ #3070


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Run Output

Enter an integer number :3
Second Multiple =6
Fourth Multiple =12
Sixth Multiple =18

int n; cout<<“Enter an integer number :”; cin>>n;
A number from user is collected.

int m2=n*2;
int m4=n*4;
int m6=n*6;
Multiple are nothing but simple multiplication with the given multiple number.

cout<<“Second Multiple =”<<m2<<endl;
cout<<“Fourth Multiple =”<<m4<<endl;
cout<<“Sixth Multiple =”<<m6<<endl;
All the multiples are printed with simple cout instructions.


  • Multiples are commonly used to print the table of numbers.


sunmitra| Created: 26-Jan-2018 | Updated: 29-Nov-2018|

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