Q: How many 8's are there in the product of 12 and 6?

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The product of 6 and 6 is 36 and the sum of 6 and 6 is 12 And so therefore: 36/12 = 3 which is the quotient

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They are: 1*12 = 12, 2*6 = 12 and 3*4 = 12

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2 x 6 =12 The answer is 12

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Just take your calculator and multiply 6 x 12.

It is: 6*12 = 72 and 1/3 of 72 = 24

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Product means multiply.So 2 x 6 = 12

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