the product of 15 and a number by its self four times.
9 x 9 = 81
You simply count the number of eights that are being multiplied together, and that is your exponent. In this case that would be: 8⁵
(4n) - 25
Write the product of the whole number and fraction numerator over the denominator. If it is an improper fraction you may need to reduce it.
The product of five and the variable p. Five is multiplied by an unknown represented by p.
To write the product of a number and thirty-two, you simply multiply the number by thirty-two. For example, if the number is 5, the product would be 5 multiplied by 32, which equals 160.
When you see the word product it is asking for multiplication. Many times in algebra you will be given n to represent any number. So you will be multiplying 6 times the number n. 6Xn but the multiplication sign is not needed so we write it as 6n.
The product of two numbers is the resulting number when they are multiplied together. As there is an infinite amount of numbers it would be impossible to write out the result of the product of all pairs of numbers
To write repeated multiplication in an exponential notation, you should write the number that has to be multiplied as the base. Count the number of times that the number is used.
5 times 37
What do you get when -6 and 3 are multiplied
9 x 9 = 81
An exponent is used to indicate that a number is multiplied by itself a specified number of times. For example, to multiply 4 by itself 9 times, you would write 49.
becaus it is multiplied
Java, like many other programming languages, uses the asterisk for the multiplication operator. Therefore, two numbers a and b are multiplied, and their product assigned to a variable r, with this construct: r = a * b;