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Q: What times itself would equal 49?

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A number times itself 49 times.

It is: 7 times 7 = 49

49 x 49 = 2,401

7*7=49

7*7 = 49

An exponent is used to indicate that a number is multiplied by itself a specified number of times. For example, to multiply 4 by itself 9 times, you would write 49.

1 x 49, 7 x 7 = 49

It is: 49 times 49 = 2401

It is: 7/11 times 7/11 = 49/121

It factors squared are: 7 times 7 = 49

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0.875 x 0.875 = 49/64

It is because a whole number multiplied by itself does not equal 15. An example of a square number is 49. 7 times 7 equals 49.

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49 x 7

7 to the second power = 49 (That's 7 times 7)

How about 49 times 11 = 539 as one example

49 ÷ 7 = 7. Therefore, the answer is 7 x 7 = 49

49 is composite. A composite number is a number that has more than two factors, (1 and itself). A prime number has only 1 and itself for factors (ie. 2). 1 is not a prime or composite, because 1 times itself would still be one, and there aren't any other factors. So, yes, 49 is composite, because you can do 1x49 or 7x7.

The answer is 7. Because 7X7=49 then 49-7= 42!

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How about: 6*49 = 294 as one example