The two (or more) numbers that you multiply are called factors. (The result of the multiplication is called the product.)
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
Factors OR multiplicands.
Integers or whole numbers
You can't, a SUM is the amount obtained as a result of adding numbers (18+7=25)18x7 is asking you to MULTIPLY the two numbers. This is call the PRODUCT of the two numbers (18*7 = 126).
The numbers are reciprocals of one another.
The numbers 7,6, and 5 have no common factors. We call such numbers relatively prime.When we want the LCM of relatively prime numbers we find it by looking at their product.This mean we multiply them, so we have 7x6x5=210210
Consider this form: multiplicand X multiplier = productThen, the multiply you are multiplying is multiplicand. The number you are multiplying the number by is called a multiplier. The product is the multiplication of multiplicand and multiplier.
Multiplicand times multiplier equals product
No, this will find a common multiple, but not always the least. For example, 2 and 4 have a least common multiple of 4 but if you multiply them you get 8. In fact, the LCM will only be the product of two numbers if the numbers have no common factors. We call numbers with no common factors relatively prime.
A subset of integers.
factor * factor = product
The product is the result after multiplying a set of numbers or algebraic expressions
negative or - number
Multiplicands are multiplied together to give the product.
Another counting number.