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Q: What is the value obtained by multiplying a number by itself?

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It is the square of the number. For example 6x6=36 which is a perfect square.

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Times it again by the same number [e.g] square of 4 is 4X4=16 so square of 4 is 16

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When you raise a number to any power x, you multiply it by itself x times. Because 1 times anything is itself, multiplying 1 by itself any number of times will still give you 1.

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multiplying by zero

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