The product of two nonzero whole numbers will be a nonzero whole number.
The result of multiplying two whole numbers is called a product. It is a multiple of each of the whole numbers.
The product of two whole numbers depends on what the numbers are. The operation is multiplication.11 and 8. You find the factors of 88 first. Then find which 2 will subtract to equal 3
No, the factors are the whole numbers. The product is the multiple.
If the two numbers are both whole numbers then yes
Yes, the product of two whole numbers is a whole number. For example 3*7 = 21
u have a variety of awnsers but the most simple one is 3, 6
the product is the outcome of multiplying 2 numbers, whole, decimal or integers.
10 and 12
893 and 907
Is a whole number.
3 and 84.
If zero is counted as a whole number, then the first three whole numbers are zero, one and two and the product of ANY series containing zero is ZERO. If, on the other hand, only non-zero numbers are considered, then the series is one, two and three and the product is six.
2x2=42+2=4I tried negative numbers and didn't find any.
20 x 21 = 420
Such a product will also be a non-zero whole number.
The sum of two numbers is 20 and their product is 96. Find the numbers.
Yes. That means that the product of two whole numbers is defined, and that it is again a whole number.
Not possible in whole numbers
A "sum" is a process that involves at least two numbers, and a "product" is also a process that involves at least two numbers. Your question talks about a 'sum' and a 'product', so we expect to find at least four numbers to work with. But there are only two numbers in the whole question. So, to put it gently, we find the question to be somewhat deficient, and lacking an answer.