0

# Can you multiply a number by a number with a variable?

Updated: 9/24/2023

Wiki User

10y ago

Be notified when an answer is posted

Earn +20 pts
Q: Can you multiply a number by a number with a variable?
Submit
Still have questions?
Related questions

### Can you multiply a number to another number with a variable?

yes, you actually can do this!

### What is a number used to multiply a variable?

It is the coefficient of the variable as for example 5n means 5 times n

### Does a variable next to number mean multiply?

yes it does always remember that :)

### How do you multiply monomial by a polynomial?

you foil it out.... for example take the first number or variable of the monomial and multiply it by everything in the polynomial...

### Can you multiply a number with a variable and a number without one?

yes you can so like 3x*5 would =15x

### What is the sum of a and 8?

you cannot add a and 8. you can multiply them to get 8a. but a variable and number cannot add

### What does square mean in algebra?

it means to multiply the number by it self

### In math what does 5x2h mean?

It means that you multiply 2 by any given number (h) and then multiply by 5. h is the variable. A variable is anunknown number. So if h is 3, then you replace it with h so 2 times 3 is 6 times 5 is 30.

### What does a number and two letters mean in algebra?

Generally speaking, a letter in algebra refers to a variable, that is, it is a placeholder for any specific value that can be used in that equation.In algebra syntax, a number next to a variable, or a variable next to another variable, with no explicit arithmetic symbol between them, mean to multiply the two values.So:2aMeans to multiply the variable value of "a" by two.In your question:2aball values should be multiplied. So, the result would be 2 times the variable value of "a" times the variable value of "b".

### When K equals 10 what is the value of this expression 3k?

k = 10 3k = 30 When a number appears next to a variable (like "k") it usually means multiply the number times the variable.

### What is 10 percent of 125.09?

"what" / "what number" = x (a variable)"percent" = (that number/ 100)"of" = multiply"is" = "="x = (10/100)(125.09)x = 12.509