Study guides

Q: What is the product of a digit?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

72 is not a digit!

The product of the ten one-digit numbers is 0.

no

The digits product of two digit has number four

-98

product means multiplication. so a 2 digit number multiplied by a 4 digit number. 80 x 6250 = 500,000 80 can be your 2 digit number 6250 can be your 4 digit number

679 is the product of the largest single-digit prime number and the largest two-digit prime number.

123

It is the unit's digit of the product of the unit's digits. For example, the units digit of 123456 * 4689 is simply the units digit of 6*9 = 54, which is 4.

The product is 96, therefore the ones digit would be 6

123, three number 45, two number

2 digit number

The digit with which a multiple of 4 ends depends on the last digit of the other factor. If the last digit is a zero, the product ends with zero; if the last digit is a 1, the product ends with 4; etc. The only options for the last digit of the product are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8.

In any two-digit multiplication sum, for example, 3 x 2 = 6, the first digit is called the multiplier, the second digit is called a multiplicand, and the third digit, the answer, is the product.

its 567

You had me until "product." The product of 4 digits can't be prime.

9999 is the 4-digit number and 999 is the 3-digit number.

The only pair of positive single-digit numbers which give a product of 81 are 9 and 9.

999900

It is 891.

what is the unit digit of the product if hundred 7"s r multiplied

2

The product of 12 X 8 is written as 96. The ones in the digit 96 is six (6).

The product may not have any zeros if there are "carries" from a product at a lower level.

The units digit of 159*445*7762*39 is the units digit of the product of the units digits of the four numbers, that is, the units digit of 9*5*2*9 Since there is a 5 and a 2 in that, the units digit is 0.