Multiplication is an arithmetic operation that finds the sum of two or more numerical results by repeating the same number x times. Symbols like an asterisk, double-dot, and the word “times” are used for multiplication.
There are many factors that can influence the value of any multiplication. The first factor is the type of numbers that you are dealing with (number 1, being the only major one). Next, you need to consider how many pieces you are dealing with. The second is the area between it (and the next number x). The fraction is simply the difference between the first number (or the second) and the second (or the third).
Let’s review the examples of multiplication with the denominator in this equation: 3×3 = (add the number 3, to the original number, and get the answer), x. The numerator (the first factor) is the type of numbers involved. The space between the first and second numbers is the second factor. The third factor is the pattern the repeating addition will follow, (i.e., (multiply x) where x is the answer).
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