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If you are asking what the answer is called when two numbers are multiplied , it is called a product.

Do it your self. Subtract 2 by the number of sides. Then multiply it by 180. Learned that in 6th Grade.

Multiply the number by 0.17. or Multiply it by 17 and then divide by 100.

You multiply the whole number as many times as the exponent is.

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That number plus its self

No it is not. If you want to get a square number you must multiply a number by its self.

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That is also called "squaring the number", or "raising the number to the second power".

The product

You simply multiply the number by its self 3 times. For example: 7x7x7, or 7 to the 3rd power.

it means to multiply the number by it self

A prime number.

There's no question there, and no problem that needs solving.The process described in the question yields the squareof the original number.

Multiply the number by its self and the answer will always be positive (negative times a negative is positive)

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