Q: What is the math term for a number a variable or a product of numbers and variables?

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The number is 0

a

A number as a product of prime numbers would be "x".

The product of two prime numbers is always a composite number, and it never is a prime number.

The product of all those numbers will always be a negative number.

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It is called a term.

any number or variable or product of numbers and variables

In Algebra a term is either a single number or variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together.

135ab is a monomial, where 135 is its coefficient.A monomial is a number or a variable or a product of numbers and variables.

A term.

A Monomial;)

A constant is not a variable at all, and none of its factors was a variable. It is constant.

Putting a question mark at the end of a bunch of mathematical terms does not make it a meaningful question.

It is the integral power of the number or the product of the number and variable(s). there is no special name.

The statement is true only if either the number is 0, or the variables are all raised to the power 0. In no other case can a variable involved.

It could be a "term".

Discrete variables must be countable and not negative. So no a negative number must be a continuous variable.