We define the multiples of 2/6 as the product of any integer multiplied by 2/6. Therefore, to create a list of multiples of 2/6 we start by multiplying 2/6 by one, then we multiply 2/6 by two, then we multiply 2/6 by three, and so on.

To multiply a fraction by an integer, we leave the denominator alone and multiply the numerator by the integer. It is impossible to give you a list of all multiples of 2/6 because the list goes on forever. However, here is the math to calculate the beginning list of multiples of 2/6.

2/6 × 1 =

**2/6**2/6 × 2 =

**4/6**2/6 × 4 =

**6/6**2/6 × 4 =

**8/6**2/6 × 5 =

**10/6**2/6 × 6 =

**12/6**2/6 × 7 =

**14/6**2/6 × 8 =

**16/6**2/6 × 9 =

**18/6**2/6 × 10 =

**20/6**2/6 × 11 =

**22/6**2/6 × 12 =

We have simplified the fractions above for you. Below are the multiples of 2/6 in their lowest possible terms:**24/6**2/6 =

**1/3**4/6 =

**2/3**6/6 =

**1**8/6 =

**1 1/3**10/6 =

**1 2/3**12/6 =

**2**14/6 =

**2 1/3**16/6 =

**2 2/3**18/6 =

**3**20/6 =

**3 1/3**22/6 =

**3 2/3**24/6 =

As we stated above, the list of multiples of 2/6 goes on forever because the product of 2/6 multiplied by any whole number (integer) is a multiple of 2/6.
You can also create a list of multiples of 2/6 if you keep adding 2/6 like this:**4****2/6**

2/6 + 2/6 =

**4/6**

2/6 + 2/6 + 2/6 =

**6/6**

2/6 + 2/6 + 2/6 + 2/6 =

**8/6**

∞

Again, the list can go on forever, because you can continue adding 2/6 to the list. Therefore, the list of multiples of 2/6 is ∞ (infinite).

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