If by "opposite" you mean "additive inverse", then yes.
The product is the result you get when you multiply two numbers together, e.g. for 8*2 = 16, the product is 16.
The LCM of two numbers multiplied by their GCF will equal the product of the original numbers. If you know the LCM, divide it into the product. The result will be the GCF.
The product of two whole numbers depends on what the numbers are. The operation is multiplication.11 and 8. You find the factors of 88 first. Then find which 2 will subtract to equal 3
The GCF of two numbers multiplied by their LCM will equal the product of the original numbers. If you know the GCF, divide it into the product of the two. The result will be the LCM. If the GCF of two numbers is 1, the LCM is their product.
Divide the product of the original numbers by 108, the LCM. The result will be the GCF.
A product is a binary operator. That means a product is the result of combining TWO numbers. You cannot have a product of just one number - whether it is a fraction or not is irrelevant.
The product is the result (answer) of two numbers multiplied by each other. That being so, multiply 47 x 8 to find the product. (47 x 8 = 376)
That doesn't mean anything. A product has to be of at least 2 numbers, whether integer or fractional. It's the result of multiplying them; so e.g. 6 is the product of 2 and 3.
The sum of two numbers is 20 and their product is 96. Find the numbers.
The term product in mathematics refers to the result after multiplying two or more numbers. So to find the product of 543 and 36, you would multiply them. 543 x 36 = 19,548 So the product of 543 and 36 is 19,548.
You need at least two numbers to find a product.
Two or more numbers are needed to find their product
It is a positive.
if the product of two numbers is 810 if there hcf is 9 find Lcm
A product cannot exist of a single number - a product is formed by multiplying two separate numbers.
Product = multiply.
Two or more numbers are normally needed to find the product
Two or more numbers are needed to find their product in multiplication.
Multiply the original two numbers. Divide that product by their GCF. The result is their LCM.
Find two consecutive numbers with the value of 4160