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Q: What number multiplied by itself is equal to the product of 32 and 162?

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The number is called a 'square root'.

When any number is multiplied by zero, the product is zero.

To take the square root would be like asking: What number multiplied by itself would get this number? So for example, 5 multiplied by itself would equal 25, so the square root of 25 is 5.

A positive number multiplied by another positive number yields a positive number. A negative number multiplied by another negative number also yields a positive number. Only multiplying a negative number by a positive number (or the other way around) yields a negative number as the product.

It is t2 (t squared). Anytime you multiply a number or a variable by itself, then it is squared. If it's multiplied by itself 3 times, then it's cubed, or t3

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When any number is multiplied by one it is equal to itself. A prime number can only be the product of 1 multiplied by itself, and of no other numbers. Example: 1x3=3 1x5=5

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x2=6*150 x2=900 x=30

It is: 32*162 = 5184 and 72*72 = 5184 So the number id 72

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That is known as a factor.

No, two is a prime number. No number can be multiplied by itself to equal 2.

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The only number that, when multiplied by itself is 0, is 0

the square root of the given number

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