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Q: What number when multiplied by itself gives 1?

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1*1=1

Any number multiplied by 1 gives a product of the number itself. For example, 4x1 or 1x4=4.

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The number 1 is the multiplicative identity of any number i.e. any number multiplied by 1 gives the number itself.

97 is a prime number so the only thing it can be multiplied by is 1 and itself:)

0 and 1. 1x1 = 1. The answer is itself!

Any number multiplied by 1 is the number itself. In this instance, 1000 x 1 = 1000.

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No. Any number multiplied by zero results in zero.

Any number multiplied by 1 is the number itself: so the answer is 14.

No number multiplied by itself equals 37. 37 is a prime number that you can only get by multiplying 1 and 37.

The number one is only multiplied by itself.

There are two, 0 and 1.

The number 1, to ANY power, is still 1. This is because "to the ... power" means multiplied by itself ... times - and 1 multiplied by itself is always 1.

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Any number can be multiplied by itself, but one is unique in that it stays the same. 1x1 is 1

7. Any number multiplied by 1 is itself.

if you mean which number multiplied by itself gives 10000000, then the answer is 1000. if you are talking about two different numbers, there are a lot of combinations

Identity

The multiplicative inverse of a number is that number which when multiplied by the original number gives 1.

You can tell it's a composite number if it can only be multiplied by 1 and itself.

A positive number multiplied by a positive number will give a positive answer:1 x 1 = 1In contrast, a negative number multiplied by a positive number gives a negative answer:-1 x 1 = -1Finally two negative numbers multiplied together give a positive answer:-1 x -1 = 1

18 is a composite number because a prime number can only be multiplied by 1 and itself. 18 can be multiplied by 9 and 2 also.