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Q: How many whole numbers that can be multiplied by 3?

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Infinitely many.

3 multiplied by 3 = 9 Apart from 9 and 1, no other whole numbers give that result when multiplied.

There are only two numbers that can be multiplied to make 15. These numbers are 3 and 5. This is true because 3*5 = 15

All of them.

What 3 different whole numbers give the same result when they are added as when they are multiplied? Hmm... 1,2,3 1 + 2 + 3 = 6 & 1 x 2 x 3 = 6

there are 899 whole numbers that have three digits.

3 pairs 1 times 12, 2 times 6, and 3 times 4

Impossible if you are talking whole numbers. Else, you can do 1.9 times 5 times 2. That is kinda cheap, but it is an answer.

A factorial is a whole number multiplied by all the whole numbers less than that number. So 3 factorial (written as 3!) is 3 times 2 times 1=6

There are 6 such numbers.

Using 1, 2, and 3, you can make 27 whole numbers.

All the whole numbers have a number 3 above and another number 3 below, with a difference 3 from the whole number. So that's infinite.

450 whole numbers.

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39 is the product when the two prime numbers 3 and 13 are multiplied.

The series of first 5 whole numbers is: 0 1 2 3 4.The product of first 5 whole numbers will be 0.It is because 0 is also a whole number and any thing multiplied by 0 will give out answer to be 0,no matter how long the series is.

1,2 and 3 1+2+3 = 6 and 1x2x3= 6

3xy -- 3 is the coefficient of the variables x and y All these are being multiplied -- 3 times x times y Definition of coefficient -- A numerical value multiplied by a variable. Numerical values are not only whole numbers, but can be fractions (rational numbers), negative numbers, irrational numbers and imaginary numbers.

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Numbers multiplied by it's self 3 times

They are: 3*3 = 9

There is no such number. Every number can be multiplied by 3 and every number can be multiplied by 4.

There is no specific name. For example, (-2)*(-3) = +6 but there is no special name for -2 and -3.

Yes, for instance: 6/4 * 8/3 = (1+0.5) * (1+2/3) = 4

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