a multiple or a product
In a multiplication sum, the first number, the number to be multiplied by another number, is called the multiplier. The second number is called the multiplicand, and the answer is called the product.
In any multiplication sum, such as 6 x 3 = 18, the number 6 is called the multiplier, the number 3 is called the multiplicand, and the number 18 is called the product.
This is called a factor. Factors, by definition, are numbers you can multiply together to get another number, or a product.
Any number multiplied by another number forms a product.
When one number (the multiplicand) is multiplied by another number (the multiplier) the resulting number is called the product.
A number or expression that can be multiplied to get another number or expression is called a factor.
The product of a given number and another number is the first number multiplied by the second.
7 x 6 = 42 The second number in the question is called the multiplier. The first number in the question, the number which you multiply, is called the multiplicand.
Each number is called a factor. The answer is the product.
Multiplicand is a number that is to be multiplied by another number to produce a product.
the answer is factor
Is also a number or polynomial.
It is called a Square Number or a Square.
It'd be the product squared, since you're multiplying it by itself. the product of a number multiplied by itself is called an Exponent, Power or Square Number
There is no such thing as the product of just one number, a product is when 2 or more numbers are multiplied. The product of a number and another number means the answer you get when you multiply the two.
That is known as a factor.
A number being multiplied is the "multiplicand"; the number doing the multiplying is the "multiplier", and the answer is called the, "product".
Another natural number, ten times as large.
The multiplicand is multiplied by the multiplier to obtain the product. They are both also known as factors.