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What is the product of 8 and 12 in algebra?
it's not 20, because 20 is the sum, and difference is subtraction, and product is multiplication.
8 x 12 = 96 96 / 2 = 48 Half the product of 8 and 12 is 48.
Product is multiplication. Therefore the product of 8 and 12 is 8x12 which is 96
The product of X and 8 should be 8x (8 times X), because "product" means the answer you get from multipying. Ex. If 3 represented X, that you would write: 8x 8(3) =24 If I'm w…rong, please correct me! I'm in pre-algerbra, and I'm good at problems with variables, so that should be correct.
Product means the answer to a multiplication: 8 x 12 = 96 (Not sure what is meant by 'algebraic form' ?)
There is no variable in (8x12)+8, so it would be called an arithmetic expression. It would evaluate to 96+8 = 104.
It is: 4e/12 which can be simplified to e/3
It is: 8 times 12 = 96
It is: (12*8)/2 = 48