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They are all mathematical terms.

"sum" can be used to mean any arithmetical calculation.

However, the terms come in pairs to mean the results of inverse operations:

  • difference is used to denote the result of a subtraction and sum is used to denote the result of an addition;
  • quotient is used to denote the result of a division and product is used to denote the result of a multiplication
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