# Prepositions after "multiply"

## multiply by, in, like, with or to?

In 71% of cases multiply by is used |
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Remember anything multiplied by zero is zero. |

From (37 to 97) the primes can be multiplied by (. |

It would be a driving term multiplied by a constant. |

Similarly y is the nth root of b if when y is multiplied by itself n times gives b. |

Manufacturer's specifications of performance should be multiplied by a factor of 0. |

Load Duration Factor Nominal design values should be multiplied by the load duration factor CD specified in Art. |

It can even be multiplied by an arbitrary positive constant C (independent of T) without affecting any inferences. |

We couldn't use calculators, so we learned to multiply by doing worksheets with triple multiplication and like that. |

This reveals the riders frontal area in metres squared which can be multiplied by a drag coefficient to estimate CdA. |

In 4% of cases multiply in is used |
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To be pathogenic, a bacterium must be able to multiply in host tissue. |

Peterson's Law: History shows that money will multiply in volume and divide in value over the long run. |

The weights; in case of un-equal importance of different decision makers, will be multiplied in the terms of calculation. |

The scientists found that more than 10 per cent of these genes appear to be multiplied in the 270 people who took part in the study. |

The virus enters the body through the mouth and multiplies in the intestine and then invades the nervous system, causing paralysis within a matter of days. |

In 4% of cases multiply like is used |
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This principle multiplies like frisky rabbits do when we bring our illusion of control and apply it to goal setting: I will make a million dollars in a year. |

In 3% of cases multiply with is used |
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After all, per capita consumption levels multiply with population size to determine our total resource consumption. |

In 3% of cases multiply to is used |
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This multiplies to 1000 trucks per month. |

By then they had multiplied to over 70 Blacks and even more Whites of original stock imported from South Africa. |

In 2% of cases multiply due is used |
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Wrong decisions can multiply due to DRS quite easily, as the first ODI between England and South Africa shows. |

In 2% of cases multiply across is used |
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This dynamic, multiplied across tens of millions of lives, has more than offset the absolute increase in the number of housing units. |

In 1% of cases multiply without is used |
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Doesn't that mean that the light has multiplied without extra energy input? That's impossible though. |

In 1% of cases multiply within is used |
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It then multiplies within the bacterium and escapes to infect other V. |

In 1% of cases multiply since is used |
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In the case of food trucks -- which have multiplied since city council made it easier to open shop in August 2011 -- even a critical health violation rate of 75% is only an issue if it persists. |

In 1% of cases multiply on is used |
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This special case is important when RunList entries occur multiply on different imposition Sheets. |

In 1% of cases multiply beyond is used |
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Examples of the governmental Midas touch which have had less than sterling results could easily be multiplied beyond necessity. |

In 1% of cases multiply before is used |
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That calender wouldn't be blank for long, hundreds of pretty stickers which they provide seemed to multiply before my eyes as lessons, birthdays, holidays and more ran thought my mind. |

In 1% of cases multiply at is used |
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If this were an isolated incident it would not be cause for concern, but these natural disasters are multiplying at an alarming rate. |

In 1% of cases multiply as is used |
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This work help resolve the problem of how species multiply as well as providing a more clear definition of a species for biologists to work with. |

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