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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of operands

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of operands:

Derived Form of operands

root word: operand
plural: operands
root word: operand
Noun: operand
a quantity upon which a mathematical operation is performed
Type ofquantities,

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  1. These numbers are called operands
  2. these operands are multiplied together to produce a result called the product.
  3. In multiplication operations, the operands are sometimes referred to as factors.
  4. you may often see multiplications involving more than two operands.
  5. because pairs of operands can be multiplied one at a time
  6. In this way an unlimited number of operands can be multiplied sequentially.
  7. We can apply the commutative property to multiplication operations involving any number of operands.
  8. By swapping adjacent pairs of numbers, the operands can be reordered in any way we please.
  9. For instance, in this multiplication involving four operands
  10. to allow the operands to be either positive or negative.
  11. we should be able to swap the operands and get the same result.
  12. But what if both operands are negative?
  13. we must also make the rule that if either one of the operands is negative
  14. we must make the rule that if both operands are negative, the result must be positive.
  15. then it will look for the operands
  16. because that would make both operands the same size,
  17. And these expressions, they are composed of operands and
  18. data types of its operands.
  19. What these mean are these take two operands and compare them.
  20. These, AND and OR, take two operands, NOT takes one.