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# What is the multiplicand if the multiplier is 13 and the product is 1001?  Answer Verified
Hint: When two numbers are multiplied, it is done as:
$\Rightarrow$ Multiplicand $\times$ Multiplier $=$ Product.
Use this formula and find the value of multiplicand.

Complete step-by-step answer:

According to the question, the multiplier is 13 and product is 1001.
We know that when two numbers are multiplied, we get:
$\Rightarrow$ Multiplicand $\times$ Multiplier $=$ Product
$\Rightarrow$ Multiplicand $=$ $\dfrac{{{\text{Product}}}}{{{\text{Multiplier}}}}$
Putting values of multiplier and product, we’ll get:
$\Rightarrow$ Multiplicand $=$ $\dfrac{{1001}}{{13}} = 77$
Thus, the multiplicand is 77.

Note: On the contrary, if two numbers are divided then the number which is being divided is called dividend, the number which is dividing dividend is called divisor and the result is called quotient.
$\Rightarrow \dfrac{{{\text{Dividend}}}}{{{\text{Divisor}}}} = {\text{ Quotient}}$
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