from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of an ordinary algebraic multiplication except that subjacent indices are treated as if they were exponents: thus, the zetaic product (a1 — b1) (a1 — c1) is a2 — a1b1 — a1c1 + b1c1.
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