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Q: What is the product of two or more nonzero whole numbers?

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... is also nonzero.

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Such a product will also be a non-zero whole number.

Least Common Multiple

well, its quite simple: it is a natural number.

Least Common Multiple Actually, the answer would be "a Multiple"

"a whole number that is a factor of two or more nonzero whole numbers is a ___ of the numbers" The answer is "Common Factor". "a whole number that is a factor of two or more nonzero whole numbers." from Ch. 4 - Factors, Fractions, and Exponents, link provided.

Non zero whole number, with a magnitude greater than any of the numbers.

A common Factor

a common factor

A whole number that is a factor of two or more nonzero whole numbers is a common factorThis would be called a common factor.common factor.a common factor

The product is also a whole number. If the (number of positive factors) minus the (number of negative factors) is zero or an even number, then the product is positive. Otherwise the product is negative.

Integer, a real number and a rational number.

That's the greatest common factor, or GCF.

That's the greatest common factor, or GCF.

It is a multiple, and possibly could be the LCM.

A set of non-zero numbers.

Multiple

a multiplicand

Composite numbers

An absolute value must be greater or equal to zero. If the absolute value is known to be nonzero then it must be greater than zero: that is, it must be positive. The product of two (or more) positive numbers must be positive.

a multiple

A non-zero whole number.

relatively prime numbers are: two or more nonzero whole numbers whose greatest common factor is 1.example: 9 and 16 are relatively prime because their GCF is 1.

That sounds like a nonzero whole number, which could be either negative or positive, so -57, 896, 52, -99 etc., and infinitely many more, would qualify.