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Q: What do you call finding a number that when mutiplied by itself equals the given number?

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13 x 9 = 117

The square root of 9604 = 98. (98 x 98 = 9604)

There is no such number.

46 squared or times itself equals 2116.

Any number divided by itself equals 1.

It means you are finding what number multiplied by itself will give you the number you are finding the square root of.

No number multiplied by itself equals 37. 37 is a prime number that you can only get by multiplying 1 and 37.

0 and 1. 1x1 = 1. The answer is itself!

Yes, because every number multiplied by one equals itself. The number itself that you are finding its factors for is also a factor for this same reason. So, even prime numbers have 2 factors; 1 and itself. Also, every number can be represented by the number 1 and 0. Im not sure what this way of using numbers is called though.

A number multiplied by itself added to itself equals 30. What are the two possible numbers?

This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.

A square number.

Any number multiplied by another number forms a product.

A number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number

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27 The square root of a number is "the number times itself that equals the original number". The square root of 9 = the number times itself that equals 9. In this case it is 3 (3 x 3 = 9). To cube a number, multiply the number by itself two times. The square root of 9 cubed would be 3 x 3 x 3, or 27.

The sum of a single number is itself. So the only number whose sum equals 2 is 2.

20 when multiplied by itself equals 400.

No whole number timesed (timsed) by itself equals 56. The square root of 56 is 7.48331477354788.

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3 does.

It is 4.

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