2X4 can be one of two things:

1. A simple multiplication sum where which translates Two times four (2x4), or four sets of two's (2+2+2+2)

The Sum and Answer:

Eg.

2x4 =8

OR

2. An equation where "x" is the unknown, that would mean you have to figure out the value of "x"

The Equation and Answer:

2x4=0

2x=-4

2x/2=-4/2

x=-2

Therefor the value of "x" is equal to -2

Hello. To answer your question 2x4 has the result 8. The calculation is made like this: 2x4 actually translates to 2+2+2+2 which is 2 times 4, meaning you add 2 for four times in a row: 2+2 equals 4; 4+2 equals 6; and 6+2 equals 8. So the final result is 8. This is the explanation to why 2x4 hase the end result 8.

I hope that this helped.

Have a nice day.

Maybe you want the definition of a piece of lumber called a "2X4", or a "two-by-four"? if that's the case, it is a piece of lumber nominally 2 inches thick by 4 inches wide. It can be any length, but usually you will find them to be 8 feet or 12 feet long at your lumber yard. In reality, a 2X4 is 1-1/2 X 3-1/2 inches these days.

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