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# What term in maths refers to the number obtained when two or more numbers are multiplied?

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### What term in mathematics refers to the number obtained when two or more numbers are multiplied?

When expressing multiplication, you use 'Product'.

The product.

### What term in mathmatics refers to the number obtained when two or more numbers are multiplied?

Product (i.e. The product of 5 and 2 is 10)

### What term in mathematics refers to the number obtained when two or more number are multiplied?

It is their 'product'

the product

### What term in mathematics refers to the number made when two or more numbers are multiplied?

The Product is the result of multiplication.

### Is prime factors the same as prime numbers?

Prime number refers to what they are; prime factor refers to what they do. A number doesn't become a factor until it is multiplied. 2 and 3 are prime numbers. 2 and 3 are prime factors of 6.

### What are square nunbers?

A square number normally refers to a number multiplied by itself.

### What is the sum of all three-digit positive numbers?

The sum of all the integers between 100 and 999 is equal to 494450 - which also happens to be the answer to the sum 899 x 500 (which refers to the number of numbers multiplied by the mean number + 0.5).

### Whole numbers multiplied that make 17?

The only whole numbers that can be multiplied to make 17 are 17 and 1, and -17 and -1.Another reply: Choose any number (except zero) for your first number. Divide 17 by this number, to get the second number. For example, 1 x 17; 2 x 8.5, 3 x 5.67, etc.But bear in mind that the question refers to WHOLE numbers, which 8.5, 5.67 etc, are not.

### What are some examples of pairs?

A factor pair refers to a set of two numbers, which when multiplied result in a definite number.9 x 4 = 36(9,4) is a factor pair of 36.