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Q: Numbers that are multiplied to form a product are called?

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Those numbers are called factors. A pair of those is called a factor pair.

The product of a multiplication sentence is called the answer of the numbers being multiplied. i.e 2 x 3 = 6, 6 is the product.

Multiplying a number by itself is called "squaring". Ex. "What is the square of 5?" Answer: 25 And when you calculate, from the square (25) what the original number was, it is called "finding the square root." Ex. "What is the square root of 25?" Answer: 5.

Two numbers added together to form a sum are called "addends".

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Those numbers are called factors. A pair of those is called a factor pair.

When two or more numbers are multiplied the result is the product.

The product of a multiplication sentence is called the answer of the numbers being multiplied. i.e 2 x 3 = 6, 6 is the product.

No. They are multiplicands.

Any numbers being multiplied by each other are called factors. The solution to a multiplication problem is called a product. Because of the commutative property of multiplication both numbers being multiplied together are called "factors." This is why - 3 x 5 = 15 5 x 3 = 15 It doesn't matter the order of the 3 or the 5. They are both called factors, and the product is the answer, 15.

A product in exponential form is:x2= x multiplied x

No, two negatives multiplied together always form a positive number.

shouldn't you know that? it's factor and i'm only eleven yet i know it.

The two numbers can be: 4*19 = 76

Pairs of numbers.

Any number multiplied by another number forms a product.

I think 1 x 76 = 76 are the only two numbers that form 76 when multiplied together.

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