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1The process or skill of multiplying.

*‘we need to use both multiplication and division to find the answers’**‘the rapid multiplication of abnormal white blood cells’**‘Magiste compared performance of strong German-Swedish bilinguals and German-dominant monolinguals on arithmetic tasks that required a series of simple additions, subtractions, multiplications or divisions.’**‘Distraction was based on arithmetic equations (additions, subtractions, multiplications, and divisions) displayed for 10 seconds in a corner of the screen.’**‘These teachers thought it inappropriate to ask kindergartners and first and second graders to experience multiplications, divisions, fractions and decimals at such an early age.’**‘People who needed to do many multiplications or divisions probably looked the answers up in a table, or hired someone who could.’**‘Try the same multiplications as above: 32x65 and 31x65.’**‘One could verify this by doing two different long multiplications and checking that they give the same answer.’**‘IBM's new supercomputer, Blue Gene, may do close to one quadrillion multiplications per second.’**‘In one drawing, the child is skirted, maybe in a tutu, in the midst of a group of other children - who may be multiplications of herself - and she has lost one shoe.’**‘Take all the products of these multiplications and add them together.’**‘The work contains 11 chapters, one each on topics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square roots and cube roots.’**‘It could perform basic arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and it could calculate square roots.’**‘There I learned addition, multiplication, division and subtraction, mostly from several private tutors.’**‘Topics considered include addition and subtraction of decimal numbers followed by multiplication and division of decimal numbers.’**‘Anyone who studies mathematics should not be afraid of the difficulty of multiplication and division, but should be afraid of the mysteries of manipulating fractions.’**‘They should also be able to understand basic maths and geometry, including fractions, decimals, multiplication and division.’**‘The tiny tots tried to explain about maths with the use of small pebbles by counting, addition, subtraction and multiplication.’**‘As well, division is typically learned relative to multiplication (as subtraction is learned relative to addition).’**‘These dietary conditions lead to rapid multiplication of the clostridial bacteria in the gut of the sheep.’**‘While some problems needed only division or multiplication to solve, others used fractions or multiple steps.’**‘These growth programs are specified when the elements are initially patterned and involve both cell multiplication and matrix secretion.’*

**expansion**, growth, increase in size, extension, amplification, augmentation, building up, addition, supplementing- 1.1Mathematics The process of combining matrices, vectors, or other quantities under specific rules to obtain their product.
*‘The dots used above do not mean a matrix or vector multiplication in the strict sense.’**‘For matrix multiplication, vectors without superscript are treated as columns and vectors with the T superscript as rows.’**‘Cayley gave a matrix algebra defining addition, multiplication, scalar multiplication and inverses.’**‘In particular, the Hindu astronomer Brahmagupta worked out the rules for addition, subtraction and multiplication by zero.’**‘Bombelli was the first person to write down the rules for addition, subtraction and multiplication of complex numbers.’*

**growth**, rise, enlargement, expansion, extension, multiplication, elevation, swelling, inflation

Late Middle English from Old French, or from Latin multiplicatio(n-), from multiplicare (see multiply).

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