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Q: What do you call the two numbers that are being multiplied to find a product in mth?

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Using the equation 55 x 2 = 110, the numbers are called as follows: multiplicand x multiplier = product.

Multiplicands are multiplied together to give the product.

Factors

i call it multiplication

If you are asking what the answer is called when two numbers are multiplied , it is called a product.

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

It is called a factor. the answer you get is called the product. The original terms taught were: Muliplicand X Multiplier = Product.

factors

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.

Its the product

The product is a perfect square.

It'd be the product squared, since you're multiplying it by itself. the product of a number multiplied by itself is called an Exponent, Power or Square Number

The product is 5 because the first two numbers being multiplied are the factors. When two factors are multiplied together, they make a product. Therefore, the product is five. (The factors are 1 and the first five.) To add to the above excellent answer, the "product" in any multiplication calculation is the final result which, in this case, is 5. Don't be confused by words. In this case, you have 5 things 1 time, or you have 1 thing 5 times...either way you have 5 things. You can call it a "product", a "result" or a basket of eggs, you still have 5 things. Think real things, not numbers or names, when you calculate or when you do mathematics.

Product

The numbers are reciprocals of one another.

the product

Multiplicand times multiplier equals product

factor * factor = product

The product

Factors.

Composite

Normally, you would do this by finding a pair of numbers whose product is equal to the product of the first term's coefficient multiplied by the last term, and whose sum is equal to the coefficient of the second term. Those numbers could then be used to break the expression down further. In other words, you are looking for two numbers, we'll call them A and B, in which (A + B) = -4 and AB = 5. Unfortunately, there are no such numbers, so that expression can not be factored.

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

Another counting number.

The addends