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Q: What is a term that is expressed as a real number a variable a product and a quotient called?

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A variable is called a Quantitative variable when a characteristic can be expressed numerically

The product

A number that cannot be expressed as a quotient of two integers is called an irrational number. Some common irrational numbers are pi (3.14159....) and the square root of two.

When two variables are multiplied, the result is called a product. When they are divided, it is a quotient. Addition results in a sum and subtraction results in a difference.

The input variable is called the independent variable, and the ouput variable is called the dependent variable.

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It is called a term.

A variable is called a Quantitative variable when a characteristic can be expressed numerically

The product

Quotient.

quotient* * * * *No. It is a multiple.

It is sometimes called a coefficient.

When numbers are divided, the result is called the quotient. When numbers are multiplied, the result is called the product. To check the result of a multiplication problem, divide the result (the product) by one of the multipliers. The quotient will be the other multiplier. EXAMPLE : To verify that 387 x 211 = 81657, then divide 81657 by 387. The answer (quotient) is 211.

The result of multiplication is the "product", regardless of what the result of division is called.

It is called a term.

A number that cannot be expressed as a quotient of two integers is called an irrational number. Some common irrational numbers are pi (3.14159....) and the square root of two.

a prime factorization

the quotient

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