No, the factors are the whole numbers. The product is the multiple.
it is called multiple
Least Common Multiple
Every whole number, except 1, satisfies this requirement since it would be the product of 1 and the number itself.
The LCM of the two numbers will be their product.
Least Common Multiple Actually, the answer would be "a Multiple"
They can be called factors.
3 and 30
Multiplicand and Multiplier
The product of two nonzero whole numbers will be a nonzero whole number.
This product is called a multiple of the original number.
Whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.
the product of 3 whole numbers is 5. Their sum is 7. what are the numbers
the prime factorization
Yes normally they produce whole numbers or integers
A multiple of the first number.
the product is the outcome of multiplying 2 numbers, whole, decimal or integers.
7*8 = 56. The further you move from the midpoint the smaller the multiple. So if you are not restricted to whole numbers, 7.5*7.5 = 56.25 is the largest possible product.