It is called multiplication.
The product of any two or more integers is an integer.
The product of two integers is found by multiplying them. Eg. the product of 5 and 3 is 15.
-- The product is an integer. -- If the original two integers are both positive, then the product is positive. -- If the original two integers have different signs, then the product is negative.
Multiplying. Yes, multiplication.
3 and 3
It can be.
No, if a negative integer is multiplied by a positive integer, the product is negative. However, if both of the integers are either positive or negative, the product is positive.
The largest integer that is not the product of two or more different primes would be the largest prime number. Because there are an infinite number of prime numbers, there is no largest integer that is not the product of two or more different primes.
It is not possible to have the product of an integer. "product" is a binary operation and that means that it is an operation that combines two numbers to make the product - a third number. So you need two numbers as input, not just one.
Assuming the numbers are positive, the answer will be a mixed number that is greater than the integer parts of the two numbers and smaller than the product of one more than each of the two integer parts. The last part is: ax < ab/c * xy/z < (a+1)*(x+1)
Multiplication (that's the name of the game and each generation they play the same!)
Not at all. Six times one half is three, and one half is not an integer.
Yes, by definition, the sum of two integers is always an integer. Likewise, the product and difference of two integers is always an integer.
Division is a function of mathematics. The result of this process is finding the product of division. This is the factor that connects two numbers.
because an integer is a whole number. So the product must be a whole number.
Another even integer.
The product of two negative integers is positive as for example -4 times -5 = 20
Yes it can. Because an integer is any number without a decimal or fraction in it. Yes,
13 and 12 are the two integers that have the product of 156 and 12 is the smaller of the two.
That is correct.
yes..always a perfect square A perfect square is the product of an integer by itself. If you multiply a perfect square x² by another perfect square y² you get x²y² = x·x·y·y = x·y·x·y = (x·y)² which is a perfect square. Note that the product of two integers will also be an integer so x·y must be an integer because if x² and y² are perfect squares x must be an integer and y must be an integer and x·y is therefore a product of 2 integers.
The product (meaning multiplication) will be a negative integer. E.g. 2 * -2 = -4
It can be, but need not be. [sqrt(5)+sqrt(2)] and [sqrt(5)-sqrt(2)] are both irrational. Their product is 5-2 = 3. The two numbers are conjugates of one another and the property that their product is an integer is used to rationalise denominator of surds.