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Q: Which number is the multiplier in 4x5?

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A multiple of 5 is a number that can be reached by multiplier by 5. For example, 5, 10, 15, 100.... Because of this, the number 5 has an infinite number of multiples.

No such multiplier is possible.78 decreased by 78 is 0, so the decimal multiplier would to be 0. 156 decreased by 78 is 78 so the multiplier is 0.5. 1000000 decreased by 78 is 999922 so the multiplier is 0.999922 and so on. A different multiplier in each case.

1.58

Multiply top and bottom by the complex conjugate of the bottom complex number; this will make the bottom complex number into a real number which can then be made into fractions and simplified with the real part and the imaginary part (the multiplier of i [√-1]) of the multiplied out top number.

0.7 and 0.2

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Consider this form: multiplicand X multiplier = productThen, the multiply you are multiplying is multiplicand. The number you are multiplying the number by is called a multiplier. The product is the multiplication of multiplicand and multiplier.

the mutiplicand is the first number (s) and the multiplier is the second number

A multiplier in maths is the number that is used to multiply another number by. For instance: 12 x 6 = 72 The multiplier in this instance is 12. The first number is always the multiplier.

multiplicant is listed first, then multiplier is the number you are multiplying by.

multiplicand x multiplier = product. Multiplier is the answer.

yes

a multiplier is a number that you multiply by another number

POGGERS 20

4x5=20 20x4=80

The number that is to be multiplied by the other number, the multiplier.

The money multiplier is the reciprocal of the reserve requirement, which can only be a finite number.

No, it is not. 4x4=16; 5x5=25 20=4x5

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