The other factor.
This is a clever question. I would say: "Always". To be more precise: The product is never greater than either factor, and if neither factor is ' 1 ', then the product is always less than both.
A factor of 1.
If the fractions are both proper fractions ... equivalent to less than 1 ... thenthat's always true ... the product is always less than either factor.
I think most people have a hard time answering this question. As do I. The product of a prime factor will always be consecutive Ex.1: 3*7=21 factors of 21- 1, 3, 7, and 21. Hope it helped....LiveaLifeofLove
1 is not prime, so it can't be a prime factor.
product - 5 factor x factor = product (factor x factor) - 5 you need to state what the product were. If, for example, the factors were 2 and 3, then your answer would turn out like this: your product will be: 2x3= 6 and then substract 5 6 - 5 = 1 like this: 2x3 - 5 = 1
Yes - if two numbers share no common factors (besides 1) the least common multiple will be the product of the numbers.
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