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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Study 1 employed multiplicands as test stimuli, and thus Study 2 was undertaken to examine how the two types of immediate feedback promote the learning of simple fact series for the mathematical operations of addition, subtraction, and division.
by recomputing the amount of taxes included in the multiplicand of the Sec.
The partial product is generatedly by the multiplication of the multiplicand with one multiplier bit.
To Insure Perfect Solutions Multiplier times Multiplicand equals Product or Multiplier x Multiplicand Product
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.
Again, exception abound: the Criminal Injuries Scheme sets down an upper limit on the multiplicand to be used for loss of future earnings, and the Scheme also deducts all social security benefits, not only those due over a five-year period, a under the Social Security Act 1989 for claims in tort).
In this example, each row or column of a multiplicand matrix is a tuple; these are distributed among all the nodes, and each extracts a row-column pair and then computes an inner product to get an element of the product matrix.
Multiplicand and multiplier inputs have been arranged in a special manner synchronized with circuit behavior.
To locate the decimal point in the product, count the number of decimal places in both the multiplicand and the multiplier.
The multiplicand bit ai can be used as the selector of the multiplexer to decide the output of the FA, and ai can also be used as the selector of the tristate gate to turn off the input path of the FA.