the same as the number you are multiplying yes i quite agree because for example,if 1 is the factor of 7, the product will be 7, but if 2, the product will be 14.
what multiplying factor decrease a number by 3 %
Factor multiplication is the process of multiplying prime factors. The product of factor multiplication is the number that the prime factors are multipilicands of.
The numbers you get from multiplying by a number is called a product.I believe it's like this: factor x factor = productFor example 5x5=25. The two 5's are factors and the 25 is the product.
Having a factor of 2 defines an even number. Multiplying anything that has a factor of 2 by anything else will create a product that has a factor of 2, which will be by definition an even number.
the number that results is a PRODUCT. multiplying any two figures will always result in a product of those two figures as such multiplying a PARTICULAR NUMBER by ANY NUMBER does not change anything, they still result in a PRODUCT of those two numbers.
Not necessarily: for example, consider 0.5 * 4 = 2
A factor is a number or quantity that when multiplied with another produces a given number or expression.
"Product" is the result of multiplying one number by another. There's no such thing as the 'product' of a single number.
The answer is called the product.