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The product is not always greater than 1.

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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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Q: When you multiply two fractions why is the product greater than 1?
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How do you make fractions and decimals greater than a percent?

Multiply them by a number greater than 100.


Is the product of two proper fractions greater than the fractions being multipled?

No, it is not.


How is the product of 2proper fractions greater than the fractions being multiplied?

It is not: they are the same. A "product" and "multiple" are synonyms.


When is the product of two fractions greater than its factors?

That only happens if they're both improper fractions, i.e. greater than ' 1 '.


How do you do greater than or less than or equal to with fractions?

easy, just cross multiply


The answer you get when you multiply?

the result would be greater than both or more factors, except for when you multiply by 0, 1 or fractions.


What numbers greater then 0 can you multiply 3.2 by to make the product less than 3.2 great than 3.2 or equal to 3.2?

To make the product equal to 3.2, multiply by one. To make the product greater or lesser than 3.2 multiply by a number greater or lesser than one, respectively.


When you multiply a number by a number greater than 1 you get a product that is?

Bigger than it


Is it true that when you multiply two natural numbers the product is never less than either of the two numbers?

Yes. Natural numbers are counting numbers, equal to or greater than 0. The only ways a product can be less than its multiplicands is when multiplying fractions by fractions or multiplying a positive number by a negative number.


When you multiply two fractions why is the product smaller than the fractions?

if 1/2 x 1/3 then times it and get 1/6


Who do fractions get smaller when you multiply them by another fraction?

It depends on what type of fraction it is. If the fractions are improper fractions, the product will be greater than the two fractions multiplied together. (Ex: 3/2 x 5/4 = 15/6 or 5/2. 5/2 is greater than 3/2.) If the fractions both have 1 as a numerator, the product is smaller. (Ex: 1/3 x 1/6 = 1/18. 1/18 is less than 1/3.) Any other fractions, it would depend on what fractions you're multiplying. Remember, you are multiplying the numerator by the other numerator and the denominator by the other denominator. (Answer Product of numerators/Product of denominators)


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