*multiplier*)

Origin of multiplicand

Classical Latin*multiplicandus,*to be multiplied, gerund, gerundive of

*multiplicare,*multiply

Math. the number that is, or is to be, multiplied by another (the *multiplier*)

Origin of multiplicand

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noun

The number that is or is to be multiplied by another. In 8 × 32, the multiplicand is 32.

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A number that is multiplied by another number.

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Noun

(*plural* multiplicands)

- (arithmetic) A number that is to be multiplied by another (the multiplier).
*In the expression*5 Ã— 7,*the "7" is a multiplicand.*

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- The table of multiples will then be as in C. The next step is to arrange the multiplier and the
**multiplicand**above the partial products. - When it is necessary to write the
**multiplicand**before the multiplier, the symbol >e will be used, so that a will mean the same as a X b. - (And Conversely, To Divide By 5, We Multiply By 2 And Divide By Io.) (Ii) In Multiplying By 2, From The Left, Add I If The Next Figure Of The
**Multiplicand**Is 5, 6, 7, 8 Or 9. - For elementary work the
**multiplicand**may come immediately after the multiplier, as in D; the last figure of each partial product then comes immediately under the corre up to the multiplication of decimals and of approximate values of numbers, is to place the first figure of the multiplier under the first figure of the**multiplicand**, as in E; the first figure of each partial product will then come under the corresponding figure of the multiplier. - The method E of § ioi being adopted, the
**multiplicand**and the multiplier are written with a space after as many digits (of each) as will be required in the product (on the principle explained in § 1 01); and the multiplication is performed from the left, two extra figures being kept in.

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