Q:
# What Is 17 X 5?

**The result of 17 times 5 is 85.** In this formula, 17 is the multiplicand and 5 is the multiplier. It is the equivalent of adding 17 to itself 5 times.

The numbers 17 and 5 are multiplied by first writing the numbers vertically. Next, obtain the product of 7 and 5, which is 35. Write 5 below, along the ones column, and carry the number 3. Next, multiply 1 and 5 to get 5. Three, the carried number, is then added to 5. The sum, which is 8, is also written below, but is aligned to the tens digits. Thus, the product is 85. Both 17 and 5 are factors of 85.

Learn more about Arithmetic-
Q:
## What Is the Commutative Property of Addition?

A: The commutative property of addition states that numbers or terms being added together can be rearranged without changing the final result. For example, 2 ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
Q:
## What Does "difference" Mean in Math?

A: In mathematics the difference is the result of subtracting one number from another, and represents the operation of removing objects from a collection. Mat... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
Q:
## How Do You Use Multiplication Grids?

A: To use the multiplication grid, partition the numbers being multiplied into 10s and units to create easier numbers to multiply, and then add the results of... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
Q:
## Where Can You Find a 100 X 100 Multiplication Chart?

A: NCalculators.com, BestTimesTable.com and HelpingWithMath.com all have 100-by-100 multiplication charts. The numbers the same in all the charts; 25 x 72 alw... Full Answer >Filed Under: