no,factorization is the reverse process of multiplication
Aside from 1 x 46 and its reverse, the only multiplication sum involving positive integer numbers to equal 46 is 2 x 23 (and its reverse).
There are a few ways to determine if a multiplication fact is correct:Repeated addition: since multiplication is simply repeated addition at its base, you can reaffirm a multiplication fact by repeatedly adding the number you're multiplying. With the basic multiplication facts (i.e. times tables), this is possibly the best option.Division: Since it's simply the reverse of multiplication, then you can just reverse the process to confirm it.Using multiple methods: There are multiple ways to do multiplication than just the usual long multiplication done in school, such as lattice multiplication, and Ayurvedic multiplication (just to name the two I know). You can use these to confirm a multiplication.
To cross-check that a multiplication is correct as for example if 7*8 = 56 then the reverse process of division must be correct as 56/7 = 8 or 56/8 = 7
It is the reverse of the action Ex. Addition is the inverse of subtration multiplication is the inverse of division
think of "reverse operations"...1234 times 6 would equal a # that is divisible by 1234 and 6, due to that multiplication is the reverse operation of division. or 7404
* *It is the reverse of the actionEx.Addition is the inverse of subtrationmultiplication is the inverse of division
No because the commutative property only works for addition and multiplication
knowing the multiplication tables and applying those in reverse allows you to factor.
Tthe matrix multiplication A*Bis defined only if the number of columns in the first matrix, A, is the same as the number of rows in the second, B. Note that the condition for the multiplication of B*A will be the reverse.
They are called inverse operations, that means one can reverse, or undo, what the other does. Take 5+8=13 for example. You can reverse the process with 13-8=5, or 13-5=8. Multiplication and division are also inverse operations.
The answer in multiplication is the product.
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The answer of the multiplication is called "Product"
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Well, actually, division is just multiplication in reverse. Take 21 divided by 3 for example, and 7 times 3 is 21, so 7 is the answer for division. Try some new numbers and you'll get it! I've mastered division, so will you.
It's basically the same concept. Like subtraction is the opposite of addition, and division is the opposite of multiplication. Just the reverse. Kind of hard to explain.... ask your teacher!
The result of multiplication is a Product.
multiplication is repeated addition