Yes, the product of both is 0
because the number are the same /example2 times 3 equals 6. 3 times 2 equals 6
No - a product is the result of a multiplication sum. 5 + 9 = 14 is a sum, not a product.
No - the product of numbers is the answer to a multiplication sum, while the sum of numbers is the answer to an addition sum.
Total=sum or product of an eqation Multiply=to times or add that number by the times the other number Plus or Add=to add one number to another
If the product of the two numbers is the sum times 24, then the product of the two numbers is 2400. 40 times 60 is 2400, and 40 plus 60 is 100. The two numbers are 40 and 60.
9(2 + 3)
7(7 + 9)
The three consecutive numbers whose sum and product are the same are 1, 2, and 3.
The questioner needs to make up his/her mind whether the question is about the sum or product.
No. It is a sum of four terms which can be simplified to a sum of three terms.
The sum of 8 and 6 is 14. The product is 48.
5(8 + 5)
"The sum of a number and three times another number is 18. find the numbers if their product is a maximum?"
It is when the answer, when 2 things are multiplied, is the same as when they are added. For instance, 2*2=2+2
2 and 2
It is: 9h+4(2+h) = 9h+8+4h => 13h+8
You can't tell from the information you have. There are an infinite number of triangles, with different areas, that all have the same sum of (base + height). The area of the triangle is (1/2) times (base) times (height). You need the product of (base) times (height). If you only know their sum, you have no way to find their product.
6+N3 is the sum of N*3 then you add six. 6*N3 is you multiply 6 times three times N times three.
It depends on the product of sum of what.
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