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mul·ti·pli·cand

 (mŭl′tə-plĭ-kănd′)
n.
The number that is or is to be multiplied by another. In 8 × 32, the multiplicand is 32.

[Latin multiplicandum, neuter gerundive of multiplicāre, to multiply; see multiply1.]

multiplicand

(ˌmʌltɪplɪˈkænd)
n
(Mathematics) a number to be multiplied by another number, the multiplier. See also multiplier
[C16: from Latin multiplicandus, gerundive of multiplicāre to multiply]

mul•ti•pli•cand

(ˌmʌl tə plɪˈkænd)

n.
a number to be multiplied by another.
[1585–95; < Latin multiplicandum, neuter gerundive of multiplicāre to multiply1]

mul·ti·pli·cand

(mŭl′tə-plĭ-kănd′)
A number that is multiplied by another number.
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Noun1.multiplicand - the number that is multiplied by the multiplier
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
Translations

multiplicand

[ˌmʌltɪplɪˈkænd] Nmultiplicando m

multiplicand

nMultiplikand m
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