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That would be a square.

If the number that was multiplied by itself is an integer, it would be a perfect square,

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Q: What is the word that goes with this definition the product of a number and itself?

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Assuming that the question relates only to integers. 149 is a prime number and by definition its only factors are 1 and itself. Therefore the only number that goes into 149 and 12 is 1.

Any of its factors including itself and as a product of its prime factors: 3*23*83 = 5727

Any number goes into itself exactly 1 time.

Any of its factors including itself.

No 617 is a prime number. No number goes into it but 1 and itself.

Itself and one because 181 is a prime number

Since it is a prime number, on 1 and itself (277).

Itself and one because 857 is a prime number

All except for the number 2. This is because any even number greater than 2 can be divided by 2, which goes agains the definition of prime: only being divisible by 1 and itself.

150 is a composite number because it goes into 5 and 10 (5 times 30 is 150 .....and 10 times 15 is 150) Remember a Composite number is a number that goes into more than 1 and itself. Example: The number---->8...it goes into 1,2,4,8. A Prime number is a number that ONLY goes into 1 and itself. Example: The number---->3...it only goes into 1,3.

Definition of prime number: indivisible by any number other than itself and 1. 10000000 can be divided by a whole host of numbers besides itself and 1, such as 2, 5, 10, 100, 200, 250, 500...the list goes on and on. 10000000 is most definitely NOT prime.