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Q: What is product of a number and 1?

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Reciprocals, like 2 and 1/2, have a product of 1.

The number you multiplied by 1.

10. The product of 1 and any other number, x, is x.

The product would be 1, unless the number is zero in which case there is no solution because no number can be multiplied by zero and equal 1.

No. The identity for multiplication is the number 1. If you multiply a number by 1, then the product is the original number. If you multiply a number by zero, the product is zero, so the number has 'lost it's identity'

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The product of a number and its reciprocal is always 1 - by definition.

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The product of a number and 1 over that number equals one.

How about: 1*1 = 1

Reciprocals, like 2 and 1/2, have a product of 1.

Yes, it is."The name of the product of a non-zero number and its reciprocal is 1" is TAUTOLOGY.

The number you multiplied by 1.

1*1 = 1

The number 1

No. If the other number is negative, then the product is positive.

The product of any nonzero real number and its reciprocal is the number 1. This can be mathematically given as n multiplied by 1/n, where n represents the nonzero real number. The product of these two terms is 1.

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