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Q: What is the number that is the same when it is tripled as when it is added to itself?

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yes,2 is the only no. When added and multiplied by itself gives the same result

Zero (0).

You can not triple something by using an exponent, except for the case of 3*3 and 3^2 which are coincidentally the same thing. When something is tripled, it is multiplied by three. When using an exponent, a number is multiplied by itself the specified number of times.

The number zero! Multiplied by itself = 0 x 0 = 0 Added to itself = 0 + 0 = 0!

trinity

Any number divided by itself is the same as ' 1 '.

Only the number two, as any number added to itself is equal to the number x 2. Technically the number 0 would also qualify, as 0 x 2 = 0 and 0+0=0

Prime number

No number times itself can give the result of -144 .Any number has the same sign as itself has, and whenever you multiplytwo numbers that have the same sign, the result is a positive number.

Yes, if you add zero to any number, it will always remain itself. The value of zero is, literally, nothing, so nothing would be added to any number.

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