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Q: What number is twice the product of its 2 digits multiplied?

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You seem to be asking for the cube root of 6859. That would be 19.

362x(3x6)

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36. 3 x 6 =18 36/18=2

x multiplied by 2

Twice the number is something like 3x2, 4x2.... Squared is 3x3, 4x4. It's one number multiplied by itself twice

6x + 18 = 4 - x 7x + 18 = 4 7x = -14 x = -2

multiplication

The number is 15 times 15 = 225

no its when its multiplied by itself 3 times for instance 33 is 3x3x3 which is 27.

One less than the product of a number represented by 'X" multiplied by itself twice. That's only one side of an equation, so you can't solve for 'X'.

No, it is not. A perfect square is the product of two equal integers; i.e. 9 is a perfect square. It can be expressed as 3*3. There is no number that when multiplied twice equals 50.

yes and yes

18

18 is the only number that matches these criteria.

Multiplication

2,241 because you double the digits

Let the number be x: 2(2x+4) = 3x+4 4x+8 = 3x+4 4x-3x = 4-8 x = -4

Twice. a*a is a squared.

Twice that number!

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18 is the only number (other than 0) that is twice the sum of its digits.

18. 1+8=9 9x2=18

Yes, unless you include 0.

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