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An array is a picture or diagram of multiplication problem. Also, it means to place or to order a multiplication problem.

Yes. An abacus is like an array so therefore it is possible to use it for multiplication up to the number of rods, and is able to be used for division by separating the beads.

A multiplication array is for example 30<10times9<2times5times3times3 and2times3 times3times5 that what is an array

Write your program and if you are having a problem post it here with a description of the problem you are having. What you are asking is for someone to do your homework for you.

It's a multiplication word. E.g. The columns/height=5 and the rows/width=6 equals 30 (5x6=30). Or columns/height=3 and rows/width=2, so 3x2=6. It's not division. I'll explain why if you ask.

Arrays are drawings or doodles that can show you a multiplication.

An array is a set of numbers that form some sort of regular arrangement. A linear array is a 1-dimensional array consisting of a row or a column of a set of numbers. A 2-dimensional array is a rectangular arrangement of numbers. And there are arrays with higher dimensions. The elements of an array need not be numbers: they could be variables, functions or expressions. In other words, it's a picture to describe a multiplication problem.

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The multiplication fact (singular, not plural 'facts') that can be found is 7x9 = 63. Using the arrays, a 2x9 array (2 rows of 9 items) and 5x9 array (5 rows of 9 items) is 63: 2x9 = 18 5x9 = 45 18 + 45 = 63

The answer will depend on what the problem is: some can be solved using an array but for others, arrays are a complete waste of time.

No. They are not at all the same thing. A multiplication array is something that you usually use when you're learning multiplication. For example: there are 5 rows of 7. Its a picture that shows something like that. On the other hand, a commutative property is 2 numbers that you can multiply very easily in your head. The numbers are between 0 and 9. If they are double digits, they're not commutative property.

You don't need an array for that. Just do the multiplication, for example: result = factor1 * factor2; Or: result = 5 * 8;

A C-program can be written for matrix addition and multiplication simply by using the two dimensional array function.

write a division sentence modeled by an array that has 2 more rows than the number in each row

Array is a set of logically related elements belonging to same data types.

In Mathematics, an array is an arrangement of quantities or symbols in rows and columns; a matrix. In Computing, an array is an indexed set of related elements.

A matrix IS an array so it is impossible to multiply a matrix without array. The answer to the multiplication of two matrices need not be an array. If the first matrix is a 1xn (row) matrix and the second is an nx1 (column) matrix, then their multiple is a 1x1 matrix which can be considered a scalar.

Yes, you can use array-elements as parameters. Do you have any problem with that?

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The matrix multiplication in c language : c program is used to multiply matrices with two dimensional array. This program multiplies two matrices which will be entered by the user.

If the array consists of r rows and c column, and the total number of cells in the array are n = r*c, then r*c = n and c*r = n so that r*c = c*r : which is commutativity of multiplication.

An Array is a data type that stores multiple values in one variable. It can be thought of as a bunch of values that are related to one another and will be used together. Every value in the array is called an array element. They can be referred to or accessed by using their index position in the array.

Java has a very efficient built in implementation of quick sort. You can use it on any array of primitives or Comparable Objects by invoking Arrays.sort(<array>) See related link.