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Q: What is doubling the product?

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You cannot since there is no product of a single number!

Doubling a number is equivalent to multiplying by 2. Doubling twice (doubling, and then doubling the result again) is equivalent to multiplying by 4. (Also, doubling three times is the same as multiplying by 8, doubling 4 times is the same as multiplying by 16, etc.)

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You can use the product from 4x7 to find the product of 8x7 by doubling the answer to 4x7. The product of 4x7 is 28 and the product of 8x7 is 56 (28 doubled is also 56).

Since momentum is the product of mass and velocity, doubling mass doubles momentum.

((7.5)*2)/3=5. Type it in your calculator.

well here's an example : (2 x 2 = 4) what if you did this (2 x 4 = 8) what your doing is just doubling the product as you double the factor and that's how you do it

No, doubling the angle of incidence itself will not cause a doubling of the angle of refraction.

I'm not completely sure but I think it's like this. Doubling 1 would be 2. Doubling 2 would be 4. Doubling 4 would be 8. Doubling 8 would be 16. Doubling 16 would be 32. Doubling 32 would be 64. (

Doubling the radius quadruples the volume.

Doubling Point Light was created in 1898.

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