mathematics (part of speech: noun)
fraction, algorithm, index, differential calculus, dividend, reciprocal, numerator, multiple, root, algebra, trigonometry, arithmetic, denominator, radix, coefficient, square root, cube, integral, quadratics, antilogarithm, logarithm, calculus, multiplier, divisor, subtrahend, formula, geometry, exponent, quotient, factor, multiplicator, cube root, minuend, power, modulus, increment
- Here, then, is a fifth opinion,- and a very fair one too,- according to which we have for the subject of the verb, not " two" nor " twice" nor " twice two," nor " number," understood before " two," but the plural noun " units" or " things" implied in or after the multiplicand. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.
- Once, twice, and thrice, are adverbs; and each of them may, in general, be parsed as relating directly to the multiplicand. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.
- Then the product has meaning: it is a concrete quantity of the same denomination as the multiplicand. - "The Value of Money", Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr..