Q: What happens to the product when you change the grouping of three factors in a multiplication problem?

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The operands for multiplication are called 'factors'.

When you round both factors in a multiplication problem up, your estimate will be greater than the actual product.

when both factors in a multiplication problem are rounded up to estimate the product, the estimate is an overestimate.

Factors

Overestimation, perhaps.

One fact about a factor is that there are at least 2 in a multiplication problem.

There is only one associative property for multiplication: there is not a separate "regular" version.

As a product of its prime factors it is: 3*11 = 33

As a product of its prime factors: 3*19 = 57

because one number is being factored by the other number. and the numbers in a multiplication problem are just called factors anyway. hope this helped you.

A product is an answer to a multiplication problem.

A number

42m = ? cm

That's an overestimate.

As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*3 = 18

How about 3*7*11 = 231 as a product of its prime factors

As a product of its prime factors: 2 times 47 = 94

The answer to a multiplication problem is called the product.

The answer to a multiplication problem is called a product.

The answer to a multiplication problem is the product.

The answer for a multiplication problem is called the PRODUCT. The answer for a multiplication problem is called the PRODUCT.

the multiplication of two numbers is called a factor the answer to a multiplication problem is called a product

You use grouping Symbols to separate that problem from the expression or to tell you to do that problem in the expression first

The 2 top numbers are called "Factors" the answer is "product"

As a product of its prime factors: 19*19*19 = 6859