The absolute value of a number equals the number itself if and only if the number is a positive real number (x >= 0 and does not include a nonzero imaginary component).
15 base 10 equals F base 16
The square root
Any nonzero fractions where the numerator and denominator are the same number, are equal to 1. For example, 2/2 is equal to 1, or 3/3, 4/4, and so on.
No, because 1 times itself is one, making it not a square number. It has to equal a different number than the number times itself. * * * * * A totally incorrect answer - on two counts. (a) a square number does not have to be different and, (b) even if that were the case, 1 is the square of -1 and -1 is not the same as 1.
A quantity which does not equal zero is said to be nonzero.
A nonzero whole number is a quantity which does not equal zero and number without fractions.
A nonzero multiple of a number is a multiple which is not equal to 0.
Any nonzero number raised to the power of zero is equal to one (1).By definition.
That ain't necessarily true in all cases. For example, square root of 2 times square root of 2 is equal to two, which is RATIONAL.
15 square feet is 2,160 square inches.
A whole number is any number that is not a fraction, decimal, or mixed number. A nonzero whole number is the same, except that it doesn't equal zero.
let n = number; then 8n squared = 96n and thus 8n = 96 and n = 12
A number with nonzero digits after the decimal points is not a whole number, and it isn't equal to any whole number.
A mathematical element that when added to another numeral makes the same numeral