The square root of a number, when multiplied by itself, will produce that number.
the square root
Any number other than zero or one
A living thing that produces another living thing like itself is called a parent.
No. There is no integer that, when multiplied by itself, produces the answer -36.
Anything multiplied by itself produces a square number. It's the definition.
It is then squared
A number multiplied by itself produces a square number. The original number is the square root of a square. So, the square root of 17.4 which is written as √ 17.4 = ±4.1713 (4dp) NOTE : The answer can be +4.1713 or -4.1713 as each number when squared (multiplied by itself) produces the positive number 17.4
It is called the base.
A Square root.
It is not a perfect square because there is no integer that when multiplied by itself produces 270.
a square number
27 multiplied by itself is 729 and is called the square root of 729. It can be written like this: 272.
It is called a Square Number or a Square.
It'd be the product squared, since you're multiplying it by itself. the product of a number multiplied by itself is called an Exponent, Power or Square Number
A square number.
A number that is multiplied by itself is called a base when it is written in exponential notation. Exponential notation consists of the number to be multiplied and a numeral in superscript to the right of it to indicate the number of times it is to be multiplied by itself. When the multiplication process is written out in full, the number is called a factor. The number may also be considered a multiplier or multiplicand when the equation is written this way.
What is the number or expression in a power that is multiplied by itself