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Q: What is a numeral used to tell how many times a number or variable is used as a factor?

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Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression includes a variable, the numeral is the coefficient.

Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression includes a variable, the numeral is the coefficient.

The number of times that the variable occurs as a factor in the monomial. In other words, the exponent of the variable, e.g., x² - x + 6 is 2nd degree.

A number times a number is a factor times a factor and it makes a product. Number x number = factor x factor = product

Multiplicand times multiplier equals product. If the expression has a variable, the numerical factor of the variable is the coefficient.

1 the times smaller!

It is 10k.

It is a simple term.

Any number can be a factor 4 times.

The exponent tells the number of times the base is to be used as a factor.

A number used as a factor two times is a square root.

So let us say that 3 is your number and 4x is your number and the variable. 4x is like 4 times x so 3 times 4 times x so the answer is 12x. This works with every number.

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