No it mean to multiply
The product mean like 7n in algebra.
In math and algebra, a product is the result of multiplication. The product of a x b is ab.
In the word "product" the letters "~duct" are not a suffix and have no independent meaning.
its the scientific word for producta a proven word in a chemical oxide
The "product" is common in math problems. (Especially multipucation problems.) A product is the answer to a multipucation problem.
It means the result of a multiplication.
Having a product concept helps inventors work out the problems with the product. With an understanding about potential problems, they can make the product better.
If you mean product it is the answer to a multiplication problem.If it is the word pruduct is something in a store.
It means "without care". No problems or concerns.
is it a new word ? or you mean prosthetics,if so several.
The product in math is the result of multiplying numbers together. For example, 50 x 3 = 150. The product is 150.
It mean the product of a given whole number and another whole number.
Product means the things you buy at the store.There is also the math product. Which means theanswer for a multiplication problem.It can also mean a product, no food produce, but a buyer one, anything you buy.product means like an item
useful ,economic,cheap cost,for every body
"Lemon" is an informal word for a product, particularly an automobile, that is defective.
The word import means to bring something into. The word import typically refers to a product that is brought into a country.
The yield is not normally shown in the word equation. It means the amount of a product which you can obtain.
it means they Both warranties cover the product against the same problems.
A word that can have more than one meaning. For example, the word "rate" can mean the cost per unit charge for a product or service. It can also mean mean to make a judgment on something or someone.
In a chemical reaction, a product is the compound or elements that are produced by the reaction. In 2H2+O2->2H2O, the product would be the H2O. The product is always on the right side of the equation.
Antonyms of the word product: cause and resource.
No, the word problems is not an adverb.The word problems is a noun and sometimes an adjective.
in physics, it means the product of a force times a distance, which is an energy.