The product is the "sum" of a multiplication math problem.
A multiplication problem's answer is called a product. For a addition or subtraction problem it is called a sum.
In any multiplication sum, for example, 6 x 3 = 18, the first number is called a multiplier. The second number, the number by which it is being multiplied, is called the multiplicand. The third number, the answer to the sum, is called the product.
No. 'Sum' implies addition.
Addition, sum would be multiplication.
Write 2,784 in expanded notation as the sum of multiplication expressions
A multiplication sum the answer to which is: 1,284,316.
A sum is an answer to an addition problem and a product is an answer to a multiplication problem
No - the product of numbers is the answer to a multiplication sum, while the sum of numbers is the answer to an addition sum.
Total or sum total is usually addition. Multiplication is product.
In any multiplication sum, the first number in the sum (the one which is being multiplied) is called the multiplier. The second number in the sum (the one by which it is being multiplied) is called the multiplicand. The answer, 6, is called the product.
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A product is the answer of a multiplication equation. A sum is the answer of an addition equation.
The answer to a multiplication problem is called the product.
The answer is called the 'product' in a multiplication problem.
Sum for addition Difference for subtraction Quotient for division Product for Multiplication
When two variables are multiplied, the result is called a product. When they are divided, it is a quotient. Addition results in a sum and subtraction results in a difference.
In a multiplication sum, for example, 6 x 3 = 18, the first number is the multiplier, the second number is the multiplicand, and the third number, the answer, is the product.
The answer of the multiplication is called "Product"