
Definition of Multiplicand
1. Noun. The number that is multiplied by the multiplier.
Definition of Multiplicand
1. n. The number which is to be multiplied by another number called the multiplier. See Note under Multiplication.
Definition of Multiplicand
1. Noun. (arithmetic) A number that is to be multiplied by another (the multiplier). ¹
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Definition of Multiplicand
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Literary usage of Multiplicand
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1. American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and by William Nicholson (1819)
"Place the multiplier under the multiplicand, and multiply the latter successively
by the significant figures of the former, by placing the righthand figure ..."
2. An Elementary Treatise on Arithmetic by Silvestre François Lacroix (1825)
"The multiplicand and multiplier, considered as concurring to form the product,
... In the example given above, is the multiplicand, 4 the multiplier, ..."
3. A Philosophical and Mathematical Dictionary: Containing an Explanation of by Charles Hutton (1815)
"This may be done various ways ; cither by dividing the product by the multiplier,
then the quotient will be equal to the multiplicand; or divide the same ..."
4. Intellectual Arithmetic: Upon the Inductive Method of Instruction by Warren Colburn (1884)
"When we have to perform an example in multiplication it is sometimes convenient
to call the number which we are asked to multiply the multiplicand, ..."
5. An Introduction to the Elements of Algebra: Designed for the Use of Those by Leonhard Euler, John Farrar (1821)
"The multiplicand and multiplier, considered as concurring to form the product,
... In the example given above, 16 is the multiplicand, 4 the multiplier, ..."
6. A New Manual of Method by Alfred Hezekiah Garlick (1896)
"TTT To Prove Multiplier and multiplicand can be Interchanged Without Altering
... To show that multiplicand x multiplier = multiplier x multiplicand. ie, ..."
7. An Introduction to Algebra: Being the First Part of a Course of Mathematics by Jeremiah Day (1820)
"Multiplying by 1 , is taking the multiplicand once, as a. Multiplying by 2, is
taking the multiplicand twice, as a+a. Multiplying by 3, is taking the ..."