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Q: What do you call the result of dividing two numbers together?

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The quotient

You'd call it a difference.

when you add two or more numbers together, the result is called the sum

The sum. the sum of

Adding two or more numbers together gives you a sum.

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The result of adding two numbers is their sum.

a sum.

The sum.

the product

Sum

The sum.

the "difference"

The product is the result after multiplying a set of numbers or algebraic expressions

Together, they are call the Reals.

The total sum

Multiplicands are multiplied together to give the product.

Factors

bloody tricky

i call it multiplication

Factors are numbers that produce a product when multiplied together. A divisor is a number that produces a product when multiplied by a quotient, which is also a factor. When you're dividing, you call them divisors and when you're multiplying you call them factors, but they're just different words for the same thing.

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

Expressing the result of a very large number or even a very small number is what we call scientific notation.

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