Q: What is something that is multiplied?

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7*14 = 98

Quadruple

Its exponent.

Four times

It means that you write a number as a power of ten. So it will be "something" multiplied by 10^"something else" The "something" has to be between 1 (inclusive) and 10 (not inclusive). The "something else" can be any number.

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7*14 = 98

Quadruple

a multiple of 9

Quadruple. (multiplication)

0.025 is equivalent to 2.5% when it is multiplied by 100

The same as "triple" - that something is multiplied by 3.

Its exponent.

Four times

1x117! well i guess that's not too good so............ 39x3!

5/7 of something = 5/7 multiplied by that something Example: 5/7 of 15 = 75/7

the result will always end in 0

That's a fancy way of saying it is multiplied by 4.