Q: Is the product of 5 and 2 the same as the sum of 5 and 2?

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the sum of 10 and the product of 7 and a number 2+5=7 2*5=10

8+2=n*5

2+3 = 5 and 2*3 = 6

2 & 3

Commutative- When the order of the numbers (#s) in a # problem change but the Sum/Product stays the same.example: 2+3=5 or 3+2=5

No - a product is the result of a multiplication sum. 5 + 9 = 14 is a sum, not a product.

Product = 35 Sum = 12

The sum of 8 and 5 is 13. There is then no number with which to calculate its product.

2 3 5 7 11 Sum: 28 Product: 2310

5+5 = 10 (Sum is ten)5*5 = 25 (Product is 25)*this product is maximum for all any 2 real numbers that == 10

sum = 10 1/2 product = 5 difference = 51/2

5 and 8

5 and 7

2 and 3.

41

It is: 6-5 = 1

The two numbers are 5 and 2. 5 + 2 = 7 5 x 2 = 10

8 and -5

-3 and -2

It is negative 30.

-3 and -2

They are: 7 and -5

4 and 5 have the sum of 9 and the product of 20.

A product is the result of multiplication, and a sum is the result of addition. Multiplication and addition are alike in that multiplication is really just repeated addition. For example, to multiply 3x5 is the same as 3+3+3+3+3 or 5+5+5. These will all result in either the product of 15 or the sum of 15.

because the number are the same /example2 times 3 equals 6. 3 times 2 equals 6