Q: What do you call something multiply by four?

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When you multiply something by four, you quadrupleit.

because four is an even number

It is the multiplicative inverse (of the something).

It is then quadrupled

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When you multiply something by four, you quadrupleit.

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If you multiply something by seven, you septuple it. If something is seven times as much as the original, it has increased sevenfold.

Because in parenthesis you have to multiply it by something.

quadruple

no, it equals four sixteenths if you want the top to be four.it will have to be multiply by 2 or what you want to multiply it by.remember;multiply both by the same number j.g

It is the multiplicative inverse (of the something).

you multiply when you are finding the volume of something is because that is how you find how much space something takes

any thing you can multiply by two and four

because four is an even number

When you send an int variable to a method, you do so in the method call, for example if you are calling the method Multiply with an int value, Multiply better be set up to accept an int value: public static double Multiply(int a) { //do something //return a double } In the above code, even though you return a double, you accept an int to be passed in from the method call, something like: Multiply(83); but calling Multiply(83.0); would give you an error. The data input types for a method and the return type are totally separate.

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