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Q: What are the numbers 3 and 5 called in a multiplication sentence?

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Assuming you want to multiply 3 x 5, each of these numbers is called a factor.

they are called multiplicands

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.

The product is the answer in a multiplication sentence. 2 x 3 = 6. 6 is the product.

an number sentence is a sentence for numbers like the following: 8x2=16 9÷3=3 got it? just a simple addition,multiplication,division,subtraction and an inequality sentence!

Multiplication statement consists of two or more multiplicands each separated by a multiplication sign (usually "x" or "*") followed by the equals sign ("=") and the answer. In the following line, the numbers two, three and seven each are multiplicands, forty-two is the answer 2 x 3 x 7 = 42

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A product in multiplication is the two numbers you multiply.

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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.

In a multiplication sum, for example, 6 x 3 = 18, the first number is the multiplier, the second number is the multiplicand, and the third number, the answer, is the product.

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