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Q: What is a number that is mutiplied by another number to form a product?

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A "product" is an operation that requires two operands. That is, it combines two values to form another. You have only one.

I think you might want to rephrase your question. You're asking here what the product of a number (with some kind of attribute) is. "A number" is a noun in singular form, referring to one single number. You can't take the product of one single number. A product has to consist of two or more numbers. For instance, "what is the product of 4?" does not make sense.

No.16 = 16/1 which is of the form of 'one whole number' over 'another whole number' which is the form of a rational number.

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