Q: Does the word product mean add?

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no, it means times[x] ithink

take away it is deacreasing

In math and algebra, a product is the result of multiplication. The product of a x b is ab.

Using the word add in a sentence. Well, I would add the word add to the sentence by doing this: saying like what does the word Add mean? Well, your question is still a sentence. So anything with the word add is the sentence. Hope this helped.

Product means to multiply the operands. The product of 5 and 6 is 30. Sum means to add the operands. The sum of 5 and 6 is 11.

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no, it means times[x] ithink

"Product" means to multiply. "Sum" means to add.

take away it is deacreasing

Product= the total of two integers multiplied together Sum= The total of two integers added together

Multiply, Times, Add same numbers, Product

In math and algebra, a product is the result of multiplication. The product of a x b is ab.

Using the word add in a sentence. Well, I would add the word add to the sentence by doing this: saying like what does the word Add mean? Well, your question is still a sentence. So anything with the word add is the sentence. Hope this helped.

In the word "product" the letters "~duct" are not a suffix and have no independent meaning.

When you add the suffix -ish to a word, it means that something has characteristics of the root word. For example, stylish means something has style.

prefix means add at the beginning.

It means the result of a multiplication.