Q: What is special about the number 12 related to maths?

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Product means multiply in maths. 12*15=180

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.

You get 12 + x^2. Such numbers do not have any other special property.

A factor is two multiples that make an even bigger number. Example factors of 12 are 1,2,3,4,6,12

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Product means multiply in maths. 12*15=180

12 is special because it's before 13 and 13 is an unlucky number.

If your 18 it's special...

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.

You get 12 + x^2. Such numbers do not have any other special property.

A factor is two multiples that make an even bigger number. Example factors of 12 are 1,2,3,4,6,12

12 is the sum of 6+6. 12 is the year Titus Vinius was born. 12 is the quantity in a dozen. 12 is an even number. 12 is the number of months in a year.

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Maths and physics and more maths and physics. That all astronomy is really!

You can study math for decades.

It is spelt AdMaths. It is more advanced mathematics than the work being done in the South African High School sillabus. (As far as I know it only exists in South Africa) Grade 10 to 12 high school learners who are good at maths (averaging at least 80% in School maths) and who forsee themselves studying a maths-related field, after school, take it as an extra subject after school hours.

When you factor a number, you break it down into factors that multiply up to the number. For example, 12=3x4. There is also prime factorize when you factor the number into primes. For example, 100=2^2x5^2.