# what is a multiplier and divisor?

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### Answered:What does / this smyble mean multiplie or divide

Very well, Mccann, show me the procedure to find the 7th root of 256.

### Answered:Is it possible to multiply promises

If you make a promise, keep it. God always has.

To factor a polynomial such as x^3-9x^2+11x+21, it is helpful to know that the product of (x-a)(x-b)(x-c) starts out x^3-(a+b+c)x^2 so the sum of the roots is 9, and the last term will be -abc so the product of the roots is -21. Since the factors of 21 are 1,3,7 the combination of -1,3,7 is the one ...

### Answered:Which is not a divisor if the remainder is 4: 3,5, 6, 8?

The remainder is always less than the divisor, because otherwise you would be able to add 1 to the quotient and subtract the divisor one more time. Is that enough of a clue for you?

### Answered:How do you multiply percentages times fractions?

Oh! I must have misunderstood. I thought a fraction was a broken bone. Either that or a variety of fairy tale seen on the highly acclaimed instructional program, Rocky and Bullwinkle. Isn't the digital equivalent one of the fingers most of us use as counters, and then when undergrads over 40 ...

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### What is the mathematical term for 9 squared multiplied by b squared

This equation may be expressed C^2=9(AB)^2

### What is the pattern when you multiply 3 positive numbers?

When you multiply three positive numbers, the result is positive.

### How did early computers multiplied?

Legend says, ...it all started with two lil mice.... ,,,,

### What is the product of 7 times 66,666 without multiplying?

Divide 66,666 by 1/7.

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