If a number cannot be factored it is a prime number.
All composite numbers can be expressed as unique products of prime numbers. This is known as a prime factorization.
It is called a composite number
Each number is called a factor. The answer is the product.
The product is the answer you get when you multiply two numbers. The two numbers are called factors. The number the factors make when you multiply them is called the product
Showing a composite number as a product of prime numbers is called prime factorization.
It is called a term.
The Two numbers are reciprocals of each number
When a number is multiplied by itself, the product of the two numbers is called a square number. For example, 25 is a square number, the product of 5 times 5.
the prime factorization of the number
because one number is being factored by the other number. and the numbers in a multiplication problem are just called factors anyway. hope this helped you.
It is: 3*3*3 = 27
They are called conjugates.
If you are asking what the answer is called when two numbers are multiplied , it is called a product.
the prime factorization
That's called the prime factorization.
If it is product of an integer with itself, it is called a perfect square. Otherwise it has no name because all numbers are the product of some number with itself - viz the square root.
As a product of its prime factors: 5*5*7 = 175
This would be called a "factor". A number may be made by multiplying two or more other numbers together. The numbers that are multiplied together are called factors of the final number.
The greatest common factor is also one of the two numbers being factored when that number is a factor of the other one.
This is called a factor. Factors, by definition, are numbers you can multiply together to get another number, or a product.