Q: What do you call a product of a number multiplied by itself?

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The product is a perfect square.

The square of the number

Square number.

Its the product

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The identity element.

The number one is only multiplied by itself.

Square root

multiplier the number that multiplies multiplicand the number to be multiplied product the answer in multiplication

that number to the fourth power.

The number raised to the fourth power

If you are asking what the answer is called when two numbers are multiplied , it is called a product.

It is called a factor. the answer you get is called the product. The original terms taught were: Muliplicand X Multiplier = Product.

A number cube can be either the result of a number being multiplied by itself three times or another term for what normal people call "dice."

Factors are numbers that produce a product when multiplied together. A divisor is a number that produces a product when multiplied by a quotient, which is also a factor. When you're dividing, you call them divisors and when you're multiplying you call them factors, but they're just different words for the same thing.

A Factor

If you multiply a number by itself, you can also call it the square of the number, the second power of the number, or the number to the power 2.

Multiplicands are multiplied together to give the product.

Factors

they are called factors

a factor

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prime number

The product

That would be a multiplier if you mean the first number and the multiplicand if you mean the second number.