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Q: When a whole number is multiplied by 4 the product will always be an even number?

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At least two zeros at the end.

At least two zeros at the end.

A square number.

That is known as a factor.

Any fraction can be multiplied by a whole number so that the product is a whole number. Simply multiply the fraction (in rational form) by its denominator.

always: number multiplied by itself is that number squareex. a*a = a^2

Yes. What else would it be?

yes a multiple is the answer of the number multiplied by a whole number

The product of a given number and another number is the first number multiplied by the second.

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The numerator of the fraction is multiplied by the whole number.

In that case, the product will be the same as the original number.

The question does not have an answer. An even number multiplied by any other whole number (odd or even) gives an answer that is even.

Yes, yes it is. Because a mixed number must have a whole number in it. Therefore, being multiplied only makes it bigger.

Whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.

The equation 1 x 1 = 1 meets the conditions you describe in your question. The whole number 1, when multiplied by itself (1 x 1) yields a product (the result of multiplication) of 1 (the original whole number).

any number you wnat could be 5 * 6 or 7 * 8 multiplying is the same thing as finding the product

The product of a whole number with a whole number is a whole number. A whole number is an integer ( a counting number).

504 of course !

The product of a whole number and another whole number is a whole number.

Every whole number can be multiplied by 3..

That would be a square. If the number that was multiplied by itself is an integer, it would be a perfect square,

its always the same