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The product will always be a greater positive number when you multiply a positive number by a number greater than one.

To make the product equal to 3.2, multiply by one. To make the product greater or lesser than 3.2 multiply by a number greater or lesser than one, respectively.

the answer is 0.5

The product is not always greater than 1.

The absolute value of the answer will be greater than the absolute value of the original.

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If you multiply your number by any number greater than 1, the result will be greater than the starting number - assuming your number is positive. If your number is negative, you need to multiply it by any number less than 1, to get a result that is greater than the original number. To get a number that is slightly greater, multiply by a number that is slightly greater than 1 (ot slightly lee than= -1).

No a negative time a positive equals a negative.

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It depends. If you start with a positive number, then multiply by a positive greater than one and the answer is greater; multiply by 1 and the answer is the same; multiply by a number between 0 and 1 and the answer is smaller; multiply by 0 and the answer is 0; multiply by a number less than 0 and the answer is negative.

891 is the largest.

why do objects get bigger when you multiply/scale by a number greater than 1

You get another number whose magnitude will be greater than the original number. Whether it is bigger or smaller will depend on whether the whole number was positive or negative.

You will get a greater positive number.

259/42 = 6.2 so the least whole number is 7.

It increases.

Multiply them by a number greater than 100.

The product of any numbers greater one is greater than either.

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Take any number greater than 10. Multiply it by itself. The answer will be a square number greater than 100 - and there is an infinitey of such numbers.

When you multiply a number by 1, it stays the same. When you multiply a number by a number greater than 1, it increases. When you multiply a number by a number that is less than 1 (a proper fraction), it decreases.

When you multiply two numbers greater than one, you create many groups of a given number, so the result is greater than either the number of groups or the number you created many groups of. When you multiply a number by a number less than one, you create less than one group of a given number. If you create only part of one group of a given number, it makes sense that the result will be less than the number you started with.

For a product to exist, there needs to be more than one number to multiply together.

It can be greater than or less than it.

The smallest prime number greater than 50 is 53.