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Q: What do you call the numbers in multiplication?

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i call it multiplication

factor * factor = product

The answer in multiplication is the product.

The two (or more) numbers that you multiply are called factors. (The result of the multiplication is called the product.)

A product is an answer to a multiplication problem.

The Abelian or commutative property of the multiplication of numbers. It is important that both "multiplication" and "numbers" feature in the answer. Because, it is applicable to multiplication but not, for example, for division. It is applicable for the multiplication on numbers but not matrices.

factors * * * * * No, they are called multiplicands.

I'm not aware of a way to compare two numbers by multiplication.

multiplier the number that multiplies multiplicand the number to be multiplied product the answer in multiplication

Multiplication is used to figure out large sums of numbers.

a multiplication grid looks like a box set of numbers where you multiply two numbers making each two numbers multiplied by making multiplication boxes

The product .

product

The answer depends on the context. For example, multiplication of numbers is commutative (A*B = B*A) but multiplication of matrices is not.

the multiplication of two numbers is called a factor the answer to a multiplication problem is called a product

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a factor

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Multiplication.

Yes. Multiplication of integers, of rational numbers, of real numbers, and even of complex numbers, is both commutative and associative.

The product of numbers is the same as the multiplication of numbers

10x10=100 numbers

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