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The only generalisation posible is that it will always be a rational number. The product can be positive or negative; it can be a fraction or an integer, it can be larger or smaller.

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When multiplying fraction by fraction the product will always be what?

The only thing that you can be certain of is that the answer will be a number. It could be irrational or rational, it could be a proper fraction, integer or improper (mixed) fraction.


When multiplying two fraction the answer is called what?

The answer is called the product.


When multiplying fraction by fraction will the product be greater than or less than?

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What is to find the product of the numerator of one fraction and the denominator of the other fraction?

We call that cross multiplying.


Is the product of two polynomials always a polynomial?

Yes. A polynomial multiplying by a polynomial will always have a multi-termed product. Hope this helps!


What is the rule when multiplying a negative tims a negative?

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How do you know if a fraction is negative or positive when multiplying?

A fraction is never a negative. That is unless you are in some sort of advanced math thing. But for the basics you should not have to worry about that. A fraction is always just a normal fraction.


What is a number that results from multiplying a particular number with any other number?

the number that results is a PRODUCT. multiplying any two figures will always result in a product of those two figures as such multiplying a PARTICULAR NUMBER by ANY NUMBER does not change anything, they still result in a PRODUCT of those two numbers.


What is the product when multiplying by 1's?

When the multiplier is 1, the product is the same as the multiplicand. Really! Well if you have 6 times 1 the answer would be 6, when multiplying by 1's your answer is always the other #.


When multiplying use fraction notification we form products in the numerator and the denominator but do not immediatily calculate the product?

That is correct. It is easier to simplify the fraction before multiplying all the factors in the numerator and the denominator.That is correct. It is easier to simplify the fraction before multiplying all the factors in the numerator and the denominator.That is correct. It is easier to simplify the fraction before multiplying all the factors in the numerator and the denominator.That is correct. It is easier to simplify the fraction before multiplying all the factors in the numerator and the denominator.


When multiplying a whole number by a fraction will the product be less than greater than or equal to the whole number?

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Why multiplying a number by a fraction less than 1 will give you a smaller product than your first factor?

Not necessarily. -1/2 is a fraction which is less than 1.-10 * -1/2 = 5, a product which is bigger than -10.


What is the product of any number and 0?

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What is the product of two numbers that are reciprocals of one another explain why this is always the case?

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How do you multipy mixed numbers by mixed numbers?

Change each mixed fraction to an improper fraction. Do this by multiplying the denominator by the whole number next to the fraction and then adding the numerator to the product you get. Once you do this, multiply fractions normally.


What is the product of -9x-9?

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How is the product of a proper fraction and a whole number similar to the product of 2 proper fractions?

Any whole number, n, can be written as the fraction n/1.Multiplication of a fraction, p/q by a whole number n is the same as multiplying p/q by n/1.Furthermore, the process of multiplying proper fractions and improper fractions is the same and that gives the equality of the two processes.


What is the rules for multiplication integers?

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When 1 is the factor the product is always?

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What operation is the same as dividing by a fraction?

Multiplying by the reciprocal of the fraction.


What is the product of a fraction and its reciprocal is always equal to?

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How do you multiply a fraction by a negative number?

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