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Why do adults insist on using the word "times" in place of "multiplied by"? That's something that I quit saying in fourth grade.

AstridS
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I prefer the term "dot product", but thats the pet peeves of the people I know.

Lil'Ke
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Saying "times" is not grammatically incorrect.
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Why do adults insist on using the word "times" in place of "multiplied by"? That's something that I quit saying in fourth grade.

AstridS


Say WHAT??? Get real!
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Why do adults insist on using the word "times" in place of "multiplied by"? That's something that I quit saying in fourth grade.

AstridS


It's a legitimate definition of "times", and the dictionary doesn't have a "kids only" notation afterward. Besides, it's three less syllables.

ASM
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