3 multiplied by 3 = 9 Apart from 9 and 1, no other whole numbers give that result when multiplied.
Whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.
one, two, and three
Every whole number can be multiplied by 3..
There is an infinite combination of numbers you can use to multiply that will result in 29. However, no whole numbers can be multiplied to result in 29. Instead, multiply a fraction or decimal. For example: 2 and 14.5 or 14 1/2.
It can't be done with whole numbers....but if you want decimals....these two will work 3.7731879764631448414184572689148 17.226812023536855158581542731085
2 + 2 = 4 2 x 2 = 4
41 is a prime number so only 1 & 41.
1,2 and 3 1+2+3 = 6 and 1x2x3= 6
They can be called factors.
1 and 41.
Yes, any two whole numbers added together will equal a whole number.
Yes. What else would it be?
Multiplicand and Multiplier
No. You can subtract two whole numbers and get a negative result. Whole numbers can't be negative.
Yes because being closed under an operation means that when the operation is performed on members of a set the result is also a member of the set, and when any two [members of the set of] whole numbers are added together the result of the addition is also a whole number which is, unsurprisingly, a member of the set of whole numbers.
Assuming positive whole numbers, 7 x 13.