Dina [[matematik]], '''produk'''
nyaeta hasil [[multiplication|multiplying]], or an expression that identifies [[divisor|factor]]s to be multiplied. The order in which [[real number|real]] or [[complex number|complex]] numbers are multiplied has no bearing on the product; this is known as the [[commutativity|commutative law]] of multiplication. When [[matrix (mathematics)|matrices]] or members of various other [[associative algebra]]s are multiplied the product usually depends on the order of the factors; in other words, matrix multiplication, and the multiplications in those other algebras, are non-commutative.
Several products are considered in mathematics:
** the [[product of rings]],
** the [[product topology|product of topological spaces]],
** for the general
treatment, see [[product (category theory)]].