# multiplication ƒ∞ngilizce - T√Љrk√Іe
{i} √Іarpma

Uygarlƒ±k gereksiz ihtiya√Іlarƒ±n sƒ±nƒ±rsƒ±z √Іarpmasƒ±dƒ±r. - Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities.

√Іarpƒ±m

OƒЯlan korkmu≈Яtu ve dua etmeye √Іalƒ±≈Яtƒ±, ama o √Іarpƒ±m tablosundan ba≈Яka bir ≈Яey hatƒ±rlayamadƒ±. - The boy was frightened, and tried to say a prayer, but he could remember nothing but the multiplication table.

artƒ±≈Я
√ІoƒЯalma
{i} mat. √Іarpma, √Іarpƒ±m
multiplica tion table √Іarpƒ±m tablosu
{i} √ІoƒЯaltma
√ІoƒЯalma/√Іarpƒ±m
kerrat cetveli
√Іarpma i≈Яlemi
multiplication table
√Іarpma √Іizelgesi
multiplication table
√Іarpƒ±m kestesi
multiplication time
√Іarpma zamanƒ±
multiplication (re: math function
√Зarpma
multiplication constant
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) √ІoƒЯaltma sabiti
multiplication factor
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) √ІoƒЯaltma fakt√ґr√Љ,√ІoƒЯaltma √Іarpanƒ±, √ІoƒЯaltma katsayƒ±sƒ±, etkin √ІoƒЯaltma katsayƒ±sƒ±
multiplication table
√Іarpƒ±m tablosu
cancellation property of multiplication
√Іarpmanƒ±n kƒ±salma √ґzelliƒЯi
closed under multiplication
√Іarpmaya g√ґre kapalƒ±
combine by multiplication
√Іarparak birle≈Яtir
commutative property of multiplication
√Іarpmanƒ±n deƒЯi≈Яme √ґzelliƒЯi
continued multiplication
s√Љrekli √Іarpƒ±m
matrix multiplication
matris √Іarpƒ±mƒ±
multiplications
√Іarpƒ±mƒ±
neutron multiplication
n√ґtron √ІoƒЯaltƒ±mƒ±
post-multiplication
Son √Іarpan
scalar multiplication
skalerle √Іarpma, sayilla √Іarpma, katlama
vector multiplication
vekt√ґrel √Іarpƒ±m, y√ґnel √Іarpƒ±m
combine by multiplication
√Іarparak birle≈Яtirmek
effective multiplication constant
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) etkin √ІoƒЯaltma sabiti
effective multiplication factor
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) etkin √ІoƒЯaltma √Іarpanƒ±
error multiplication
hata cogalimi
error multiplication factor
hata cogalim carpani
gas multiplication
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) gaz √ІoƒЯaltmasƒ±
infinite multiplication constant
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) sonsuz ortam √ІoƒЯaltma sabiti
infinite multiplication factor
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) sonsuz ortam √ІoƒЯaltma √Іarpanƒ±
neutron multiplication
(Fizik) n√ґtron √ІoƒЯalmasƒ±
neutron multiplication
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) n√ґtron √ІoƒЯalmasƒ±,n√ґtron √ІoƒЯaltmasƒ±
subcritical multiplication factor
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) alt kritik √ІoƒЯaltma √Іarpanƒ±
supercritical multiplication factor
(N√Љkleer Bilimler) √Љst kritik √ІoƒЯaltma √Іarpanƒ±
ƒ∞ngilizce - ƒ∞ngilizce
The process of computing the sum of a number with itself a specified number of times, or any other analogous binary operation that combines other mathematical objects
A calculation involving multiplication

The teacher set us ten multiplications as homework.

{n} the act or art of multiplying
The art of increasing gold or silver by magic, attributed formerly to the alchemists
{i} act or state of being multiplied; (Mathematics) basic mathematical operation in which one quantity is multiplied by another (i.e. 4 x 2 = 8); increase in quantity; reproduction, procreation
Multiplication is any technique to derive an output resolution greater than the base line count of the encoder This can be internal or external
The process of repeating, or adding to itself, any given number or quantity a certain number of times; commonly, the process of ascertaining by a briefer computation the result of such repeated additions; also, the rule by which the operation is performed; the reverse of division
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production
arithmetic operation represented by symbol "" -- " addition ("+"), subtraction ("-"), multiplication ("x"), and division ("÷") " (26)
The act or process of multiplying, or of increasing in number; the state of being multiplied; as, the multiplication of the human species by natural generation
Often referred to as 'fast adding' Multiplication is the repeated addition of the same number 4x3 is the same as saying 3+3+3+3
An increase above the normal number of parts, especially of petals; augmentation
An image-development strategy using repetition to create an image or series of images
Multiplication is the process of calculating the total of one number multiplied by another. There will be simple tests in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
a multiplicative increase; "repeated copying leads to a multiplication of errors"; "this multiplication of cells is a natural correlate of growth
an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division; the product of two numbers is computed; "the multiplication of four by three gives twelve"; "four times three equals twelve"
half of n 1 2 n 4 times 6 (4)(6) 3 multiplied by x 3x the product of 7 and y 7y
The multiplication of things of a particular kind is the process or fact of them increasing in number or amount. Increasing gravity is known to speed up the multiplication of cells
In the expression, a x b = c, a is the multiplier, b is the multiplicand, and c is the product
the process of repeating additions of the same number Example: 9 x 9 =81
The operation used to put together a number of sets of the same size Multiplication is indicated by the times sign (X), which may also be represented by a dot (¬Ј) or an asterisk (*) The operation of multiplication is the same as repeating addition (e g , the answer to 2 X 3 is the same as adding 2 to itself 3 times or 2+2+2) Multiplication is the opposite of division
The operation by which the product of two quantities is calculated To multiply a number b by c is to add b to itself c times (cf Interger Multiplication Discussion, Fraction Multiplying and Dividing Discussion)
a multiplicative increase; "repeated copying leads to a multiplication of errors"; "this multiplication of cells is a natural correlate of growth"
multiplication sign
Any symbol (in particular √Ч or · or *) used to denote the operation of multiplication
multiplication table
A table showing the products of each of the integers from 1 to 10 (or, especially formerly, 12) with each of the integers from 1 to 10 (or 12)
multiplication tables
plural form of multiplication table
multiplication sign
A multiplication sign is the sign x which is put between two numbers to show that they are being multiplied. The sign used to indicate multiplication, either a times sign (×) or a centered dot ( · ). a sign (x) showing that one number is multiplied by another
multiplication table
a list, used especially by children in school, that shows the results when each number between one and twelve is multiplied by each number between one and twelve
multiplication table
A multiplication table is a list of the multiplications of numbers between one and twelve. Children often have to learn multiplication tables at school. = table. A table, used as an aid in memorization, that lists the products of certain numbers multiplied together, typically the numbers 1 to
multiplication table
table of the multiples of the numbers 1-10
cross-multiplication
An instance, or the process, of cross-multiplying
scalar multiplication
Multiplication of a vector by a scalar (which belongs to the vector space's field of scalars)
matrix multiplication
the multiplication of matrices
multiplications
plural of multiplication
T√Љrk√Іe - ƒ∞ngilizce

## multiplication teriminin T√Љrk√Іe ƒ∞ngilizce s√ґzl√Љkte anlamƒ±

multipl
multiple

Tom has multiple sclerosis. - Tom'un multipl sklerozu var.

multiplication

## Heceleme

mul¬Јti¬Јpli¬Јca¬Јtion

## T√Љrk√Іe nasƒ±l s√ґylenir

m Мltƒ±plƒ±key≈Яƒ±n

## Telaffuz

/ЋМm…Щlt…Щpl…ЩЋИkƒБs Ь…Щn/ /ЋМm Мlt…Щpl…ЩЋИke…™ Г…Щn/

## Etimoloji

[ "m&l-t&-pl&-'kA-sh ] (noun.) 14th century. * Derived from Latin term multiplicare

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