Q: What is the answer to a multplication problem?

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The answer is called the PRODUCT when you multiply.

1 times 256.

It is: 1 times 233 = 233 which is a prime number

One possible answer is 10*40.

The product

a number, amazing isn't it?

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3 _ 4 4 _ X 5

It's just regular multiplication, although they do have some interesting methods (such as using an abacus).

68 equals 68. You can't even do multiplication with ituntil you have another number to multiply it with.

Normally the multplication is done first. However you may be suspicious as to why there is a space after the 4.

(MMMDCCXXIII)CXX = 3,723,120 Numerals in brackets indicate multplication by a thousand. So: (MMMDCCXXIII) = 3,723*1000 = 3,723,000 CXX = 120