# multiplicand

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## multiplicand

the sum that is multiplied by a MULTIPLIER to calculate damages for future loss. The figure represents the plaintiff ‘s net annual wage loss; thus, if he obtains a lower-paid job, this income is deducted. If the injured party is dead, a similar calculation takes place for the surviving spouse and is based upon the money that was received by way of support.
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an infinite numher of multiplicands to multiply out to any number that
Depending on the value of multiplier LSB bit, a value of the multiplicand is added and accumulated.
Hence, the effect of optimizations like replacing multiplication by a multiplier which is a power of two (an example of integer multiplication) by left shifting the multiplicand variable has already been considered.
giving the correct answer as the sum rather than the product of the multiplicands) are included as 'intrusion errors' then the inhibition score was weakly, but significantly correlated with the total number of intrusion errors (r=-.371, p<.05).
The multiplier remains in the calculator as a new multiplicand is entered.
Study 1 employed multiplicands as test stimuli, and thus Study 2 was undertaken to examine how the two types of immediate feedback promote the learning of simple fact series for the mathematical operations of addition, subtraction, and division.
since the first two multiplicands on the left-hand side are the probability that a request is significant and the probability that a request is a read with tolerance at most l given that it is significant.
7 The multiplicands all involve only a few bits, allowing the compiler to use shifts and adds rather than a full multiply operation.
If necessary, the multiplicands are separated by (), |~, or {}, in ascending order of inclusion.
Larger representations, up to 18 bits wide for cache stored multiplicands and 25 bits for streamed multiplicands and partial products, with appropriate lossless accumulators, are feasible with a negligible increase in resource consumption on the same FPGA.

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