multiplier the number that multiplies multiplicand the number to be multiplied product the answer in multiplication
The square of the number
A number cube can be either the result of a number being multiplied by itself three times or another term for what normal people call "dice."
they are called factors
Is a number being multiplied by another number.
Its the product
In multiplication, the number being multiplied is called what
That is called a "factor".
It is a coefficient.
The number one is only multiplied by itself.
The identity element.
No because the number is being squared, not multiplied by its inverse. An identity property is only when a number is multiplied by its inverse.
it is the number being multiplied
In their simplest forms, a base number is the number that is being multiplied by itself while the exponent is the number of times that the base is multiplied.
that number to the fourth power.
The number raised to the fourth power
That number is to the second power, or squared.
The numbers being multiplied are called factors. The result is called a quotient.
it's only negative if it's being multiplied by a positive number. If it's being multiplied by another negative number than it will be positive.