multiplicand


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multiplicand

a number to be multiplied by another number, the multiplier

multiplicand

[‚məl·tə·pli′kand]
(mathematics)
If a number x is to be multiplied by a number y, then x is called the multiplicand.
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The participants reviewed the multiplicands of one through three, received instruction on the concept and function of the multiplicand of four, and then transitioned to resource rooms for experimental participation; all participants were taught by the same educator.
by recomputing the amount of taxes included in the multiplicand of the Sec.
The least significant bit (LSB) A0 of multiplicand is multiplied vertically by LSB bit B0 of the multiplier, get their product S0 and this S0 is the LSB of result (S0).
The input ports are the multiplier X and the multiplicand Y and the single output port is the product XY.
Such an explanation implies that these preservice teachers did not realize that sometimes multiplying (by a decimal fraction less than 1) could result in a product that was smaller than the original multiplicand.
Multiplication items from each decile group are then sampled in turn to randomly generate problems of varying procedural demand, beginning with two multiplicand, one multiplier digit (e.