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# What will result if you multiply 5 by the sum of all prime number less than 50?

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### Will the product of any prime numbers greater than one but less than twenty ever be prime?

No. If you multiply two prime numbers, any prime numbers, the result will - by definition - not be a prime number. For example, if you multiply 2 x 3, the result will obviously be divisible by 2 and by 3, and therefore, not be a prime number. By the way, one is not usually considered a prime number.

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### How do you get 20 percent less of a number?

If you multiply a number by 0.8, the result is 20% less than the original number.

### When two numbers multiply the result increases but when multiply half and half the result is quarter that is decreases how with brief explanation?

...but if you multiply a whole number by a half the result decreases. Half of anything is less than that thing!

### Can you multiply a bigger number to get a smaller number?

If you multiply a number by a number greater than 1, you get a result that's greater than the first number. Example: 8 x 2 = 16; 16 is greater than 8.If you multiply a number by a number less than 1, you get a result that's less than the first number. Example 1: 8 x 0.5 = 4, which is less than 8. Example 2: 8 x (-1) = -8, which is also less than 8.

### Are there any numbers near infinity that are prime?

There is no such animal as "a number near infinity". Proof. Let n be a number near infinity. Multiply n by a million The result is still less than infinity, therefore n is less than one millionth of infinity. This can hardly be said to be "near". On the other hand, no matter how large a number n is, there is always a prime larger.

### When you multiply a fraction times a fraction the product will be smaller than either factor Why?

When you multiply two numbers greater than one, you create many groups of a given number, so the result is greater than either the number of groups or the number you created many groups of. When you multiply a number by a number less than one, you create less than one group of a given number. If you create only part of one group of a given number, it makes sense that the result will be less than the number you started with.

### I am thinking of a number. It is less than 20. It is an odd number. It has two different prime factors. What number am I thinking of?

The answer is 105 because 3,5, and 7 are all prime factors and when you multiply the numbers together it comes out to be 10

### If you multiply a number by 5 but the result is less than 5 what would the number be?

Zero (0) --&gt; 5 * 0 = 0 --&gt; 0 &lt; 5 (Zero is less than Five)

### What are multiples of 132?

There is an infinite number of multiples of 132. Choose any number and multiply, this will give you a product. Which is the name given to the result of multiplying numbers together. If you choose a number less than 1 then the result will be less than 132 but is also a multiple of it.

### What kinds of numbers would I multiply by to get answers that are slightly greater than my starting number?

If you multiply your number by any number greater than 1, the result will be greater than the starting number - assuming your number is positive. If your number is negative, you need to multiply it by any number less than 1, to get a result that is greater than the original number. To get a number that is slightly greater, multiply by a number that is slightly greater than 1 (ot slightly lee than= -1).