# math

posted by melissa

Ms.whittier wrote the following on the board:the product of 6 and the sum of 4 and 5.sherry wrote the following expression,6x4+5.did she write the correct expression?why or why not.

1. Anonymous

No because a product is the answer to a multiplication or division problem and 6 can't be the multiple in a problem if its the product or answer.

No , because a product is the answer to a multiplication or division problem , and 6 can't be a multiple in a problem if it's the product or answer

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