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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

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Q: Why is a number multiplied by 10 always end in zero?
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If it end with a five or zero, the number is the product of a factor multiplied by 5.


Why zero is the ending of a number?

There is not always a zero at the end if the number. there is a zero if the number is divisible by five.


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What does the product of any whole-number factor multiplied by 100 always have?

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What is the rule for finding the product of 10 and another number?

the product will always end in zero


Why is zero times a number always zero?

Because if you try to multiply nothing, you will always end up with nothing. so no matter what number you multiply 0 to, since 0 has no numerical value, the answer will always be 0.


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To multiply any number by 10, simply put a zero on the end, thus: 245 x 10 = 2450


Do estimates end in zero?

Not always.


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Because if a negative is multiplied by another negative it will always be positive. But, if a positive is multiplied or divided by a negative it will always be negative. If the two signs are the same and or being multiplied or divided they will be positive. If the two signs are different and or being multiplied or divided will be negative. True, but the question is not about multiplication, but addition. i like to think of it like this on a number line there are positives and negatives -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 if you added 2 to zero you move up to the number positive 2 then move down two number, which represents subtracting two or negative two. you should end up on zero

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