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.
Squaring is the function used when we multiply a number by itself. The number you are multiplying is called the baseand the exponent 2 indicates you are multiplying the base by itself. base2 = base x base = square Squaring is the function used when we multiply a number by itself. The number you are multiplying is called the base and the exponent 2indicates you are multiplying the base by itself. base2 = base x base = square
A number when multiplied by itself gives 1.1881. What is the number
multiplying is making a number bigger by adding itself to itself a certain number of times and factoring is the opposite, taking away a certain number from itself.
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
Same as multiplying any number by itself once or many times.
It's called an exponent and you write the number you are multiplying and on its top right you write the number of times you are multiplying it by itself. For example: 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 24
Multiplying a number by itself is called "squaring". Ex. "What is the square of 5?" Answer: 25 And when you calculate, from the square (25) what the original number was, it is called "finding the square root." Ex. "What is the square root of 25?" Answer: 5.
Multiplying it by itself.
Squaring. Doubling is only multiplying a number by 2, whereas, squaring is multiplying a number by itself :)
A square will always have zero volume because it has only 2 dimensions. You can find the area of a square by multiplying the length of one side by itself (which is a process called squaring for this reason). You can find the volume of a cubeby multiplying the length of one side by itself, then multiplying this number by the length again (called cubing).
A whole number that can be made by multiplying an integer by itself is a perfect square, or square number. An example is 81, which is a perfect square made by 9 x 9.
A 6 sided shape with all sides the same length. Or, when it is written as an indices, multiplying a number by itself and then multiplying a number by itself again.
multiplying a number by itself is a power 2^2=2 to the 2nd power 2^3=2 to the 3rd power
you make a square number by multiplying a number times itself.
Multiplying 0.6 by itself will yield 0.36
Squaring a number means multiplying it by itself. For example, squaring the number 5 means multiplying 5 x 5.
A number produced by multiplying a number into itself, and that product again by the same number.
That's because you are multiplying it by itself. So "two, squared' means the same as 'two times two', and 'three, squared' means the same as 'three times three'. Multiplying a number by itself is exactly the same process of finding the area of a square who's dimensions are the number in question. Therefore multiplying a number by itself is known as squaring. For the same reason of raising a number to the third power is known as cubing. (Because its the same process you would use to find the volume of a cube.)
You square numbers by multiplying the number by itself.
Cubing a number does not mean multiplying it by 3 - it means multiplying it by itself, and then multiplying it by itself again. For example, 9 cubed is equal to 9 x 9 x 9 = 729.
A composite number.
Square of a number is the product you get by multiplying a number by itself. Try it. You can do it. Good luck!
The answer is called the product.
No number multiplied by itself equals 37. 37 is a prime number that you can only get by multiplying 1 and 37.