An indexed product is the result of multiplying a sequence of indexed values. Use Wolfram|Alpha to compute products of either finite or infinite sequences of values. Infinite products are commonly used as representations of mathematical functions.
Take the product of a finite set or sequence of values.
Compute an indexed product:
Multiply an incompletely specified sequence of terms:
Represent a mathematical function as an infinite product of terms.
Find product representations for a function:
Multiply an indexed sequence of values.