# equimultiple definition

• noun:
• among products due to the multiplication of a couple of values because of the same worth.
• One of the items arising from the multiplication of several volumes by the same quantity or amount. Therefore, seven times 2, or 14, and seven times 4, or 28, are equimultiples of 2 and 4.
• In arithmetic and geometry, one of two or maybe more figures or amounts made by multiplying various other figures or quantities because of the exact same quantity or volume; 1 of 2 or more figures or volumes divisible by the exact same quantity or quantity: as, mA, mB are equimultiples of A and B.
• one of several products as a result of the multiplication of two or more values by the exact same value.
• one of several services and products as a result of the multiplication of several volumes by the exact same number or volume. Hence, seven times 2, or 14, and seven times 4, or 28, tend to be equimultiples of 2 and 4.
• In arithmetic and geometry, one of two or more numbers or volumes made by multiplying various other numbers or quantities because of the exact same quantity or volume; one of two or higher figures or amounts divisible because of the exact same quantity or quantity: as, mA, mB tend to be equimultiples of A and B.
• one of several items as a result of the multiplication of two or more values by the exact same worth.
• One of the items arising from the multiplication of two or more volumes by the exact same number or quantity. Thus, seven times 2, or 14, and seven times 4, or 28, tend to be equimultiples of 2 and 4.
• In arithmetic and geometry, 1 of 2 or more figures or volumes created by multiplying various other numbers or volumes by the same quantity or volume; 1 of 2 or even more figures or quantities divisible by the exact same quantity or quantity: as, mA, mB are equimultiples of A and B.
• Multiplied because of the exact same number or volume.
• Multiplied because of the exact same quantity or amount.
• Multiplied by the exact same quantity or volume.
• others:
• made by multiplication because of the same quantity or volume; divisible by the exact same number or amount.
• made by multiplication because of the exact same number or quantity; divisible by the same number or volume.
• from multiplication because of the same quantity or amount; divisible by the exact same number or amount.

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