The product is the "sum" of a multiplication math problem.
No. 'Sum' implies addition.
Addition, sum would be multiplication.
Write 2,784 in expanded notation as the sum of multiplication expressions
The answer of a multiplication problem is the product.
A sum is an answer to an addition problem and a product is an answer to a multiplication problem
No - the product of numbers is the answer to a multiplication sum, while the sum of numbers is the answer to an addition sum.
The distributive property of multiplication lets you simplify expressions wherein you multiply a number by a sum or difference. According to this property, the product of a sum or difference of a number is equal to the sum or difference of the products.
Total or sum total is usually addition. Multiplication is product.
57 x 46
A multiplication sum the answer to which is: 1,284,316.
sum, product, difference
A product is the result of multiplication, and a sum is the result of addition. Multiplication and addition are alike in that multiplication is really just repeated addition. For example, to multiply 3x5 is the same as 3+3+3+3+3 or 5+5+5. These will all result in either the product of 15 or the sum of 15.
A product is the answer of a multiplication equation. A sum is the answer of an addition equation.
Multiplication = productAddition = sumSubtraction = differenceDivision = quotient
A product is the solution to a multiplication sum. Since only one number is present, there is no sum to be created.
No - a product is the result of a multiplication sum. 5 + 9 = 14 is a sum, not a product.
No, a product is the result from multiplication. A sum is the result of addition.
1 * 6272 is the simplest answer.
if they do not equal the same sum or multiplication or what ever
The sum of multiplication expressions is the answer that you'd have, if you added together more than one multiplication expression. For example: 3 x 4 + 5 x 2 = A <--- A = the answer after you do/evaluate the expressions 12 + 10 = A 22 = A 22 is the sum of the above multiplication expressions (i.e. 3 x 4 plus 5 x 2)
Addition - Sum Subtraction - Difference Division - Quotent Multiplication - Product
The sum itself is not a product - the product is the end result of a multiplication sum. The constituent parts of the question part of the sum are the multiplier and the multiplicand.