The 2 top numbers are called "Factors" the answer is "product"
Top is numerator. Bottom is denomenator.
first, change the division sign to a muliplication sign. then change the second number in the problem-change the numerator to the denominator and the denominator to the numerator. then multiply the top numbers and bottom numbers like regular multiplication.
Power. It is the number of times you use the base as a factor in a multiplication problem.
The top numbers a denominator, the bottem a numerator
The top number in a fraction is called the "numerator". The bottom number is called the "denominator"
The number which is on top of the division problem is the answer, obviously, or the quotient. :) The top number of a fraction is the numerator.
Matrix multiplication is when you multiply the numbers inside different matricies.[topleft#1]Xtopleft#2=top left topright#1XBottomleft=top right bottom left X Topleft=top left bottom rightX bottom right=bottom right Scalar multiplication A number out side a matrix multiplies all parts of the matrix
top = numerator bottom = denominator
Top down design
Harry was good at multiplication, and came top of the class for arithmetic every year.
You use the numbers in the wheel and use multiplication. subtraction, addition, or division to equal the number that is outside of the wheel in the top right corner.
The top number is the numerator, the bottom number is the denominator.
No problem is you leave the forms on a little longer.
You do it just like you do normal fractions. Multiply the top by the top and the bottom by the bottom. Remember that whole numbers can be converted into fractions by putting them over 1. For example, 7 = 7/1, 29 = 29/1.
In grade school when you multiply two numbers by putting one below the other,the top number is called the multiplicand and the bottom one the multiplier.In algebraic expression such as 2xy, the numbers multiplied together are called factors.
The multiplication table is in the form of a table because it makes it easier to use. You can look on the side for one of the numbers you want to multiply, and the across the top for the other number. It's easy to follow the two lines to where they meet, giving you the correct answer.
It is called the numerator and the bottom is the dinomenater.
It is called a subtrahend, the top is called a minuend and the answer is the difference. Trust me i learned the hard way
Top number add ni ho raha. is k delet krnay ka traqa bata dain
First multiply the top numbers then multiply the bottom numbers then simplify the resulting fraction Example: 2/5 x 7/12 first multiply the top numbers 2 x 7 = 14 then multiply the bottom numbers 5 x 12 = 60 resulting fraction = 14/60 this can be simplified by dividing both numbers by 2. Answer = 7/30
No, both positive and negative numbers are part of the so-called "real" numbers. The so-called "imaginary" numbers are outside the number line.Imagine the real numbers as a line from left to right, and the imaginary numbers a a separate line, from top to bottom. The place where they meet is zero. Positive is to the right of zero, negative to the left, imaginary numbers like +i or +3i to the top of zero, and negative imaginary numbes like -5i to the bottom of zero.
Whenever there is the same number in the numerator and the denominator, you can cancel both. If the numbers are different, but have a common factor, you can replace each number by its factors, and cancel some of the factors. When nothing is left on the top or on the bottom, you replace by the number 1 - one being the identity element of multiplication.
Function Keys (hence the "F" in front of the numbers 1 through 12.)