A perfect square
If you are talking about the number itself, they can be the same. To be specific: A prime number is a number that only has the factors 1 and itself. A factor is a number that when multiplied creates a product. A prime factor is a prime number that is multiplied to create a product.
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? I think?
It is: 49
a product factor is an answer to an equation and the actual equation itself.
The power or exponent.
The product is a perfect square.
When a number is multiplied by itself, its product is called its exponent. When a number is multiplied by itself 30 times, this is the number's 30th exponent, or its 30th power. Two multiplied by two 30 times is 1,073,741,824. It has 10 digits.
It is called a Square Number or a Square.
A square number.
A square root.
A square number is the product of an integer multiplied by itself.
When any number is multiplied by one it is equal to itself. A prime number can only be the product of 1 multiplied by itself, and of no other numbers. Example: 1x3=3 1x5=5
Anything multiplied by itself produces a square number. It's the definition.