Block diagram of the von Neumann architecture: MQ, multiplier quotient register; IR, instruction register; IBR, instruction buffer register; MAR, memory address register; MDR, memory data register
Sure you can but what will the answer mean?
I think it's multiplicand and the multiplier.
The accumulator and Multiplier quotient are employed to hold temporary operands and results of Arithmetic and Logic Unit operations. For example, the results of multiplying two 40 bit numbers is an 80 bit number; The most significant 40 bits are stored in the AC and the least significant 40 bits in the MC.
As long as the number is not zero, the quotient remains unchanged. If the multiplier is zero then the quotient is undefined.
define and discuss various tourism multipliers in detail
It is the number obtained by division. It is the ratio of two quantities to be divided.
When numbers are divided, the result is called the quotient. When numbers are multiplied, the result is called the product. To check the result of a multiplication problem, divide the result (the product) by one of the multipliers. The quotient will be the other multiplier. EXAMPLE : To verify that 387 x 211 = 81657, then divide 81657 by 387. The answer (quotient) is 211.
tree multiplier CSA (carry select adder) multiplier shift & add multiplier Higher radix multiplier
It is a Speed Multiplier and a Force Multiplier.