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The only way this question makes sense is if you're talking about sets. In that case, you're saying:

A = {'red', 'blue'}

B = {3, 4, 5}

In set notation, the × symbol would represent an intersection. This means that A×B would be a set of all values that are common between set A and set B.

As they are completely different sets though, their intersection will be an empty one. In other words:

A×B = {}

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Q: What does AXB mean in math A is equal to red and blue while b is equal to 3 4 5?
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