Q: Does how many in math mean to multiply?

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No, the math term ratio doesn't mean multiply.

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YOU add and multiply

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divide by 2 (or multiply by 0.5)

the word by means 'times' or 'multiply'

Times means to multiply in math as for example 4 times 3 = 12

When you multiply a number x a number, the product is what you get. :-)

The symbol "*" means multiply.

It means to multiply. There is also a star that means to multiply too. hope this is helpfull now.

the multiple means the number used to multiply. And the factor means a number to multiply or divide by

the order in which you multiply the numbers doesn't matter. example: 6x4x2 you can multiply it in that order, or you can do 6x2x4

No you dont you multiply using area for example: A=LxW 4mx8m A=32m

Twice a number means to multiply the number by 2

in math the product means to multiply eg. product of 2 and 10 = 20

When you multiply a number by itself, you square the number. The square of 3 is 9.

there are 2.2 pounds in a kilo so do the math and multiply

It means you divide the first number of the problem by 7, then multiply that by 6. There is your answer.

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

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