Q: What is When you multiply a number by itself multiple times?

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multiplying a number by itself is a power 2^2=2 to the 2nd power 2^3=2 to the 3rd power

Multiplication

When you multiple 17 by 3, you get 51. That is add 17 to itself for 3 times.

No, you multiply it by itself, eg 62 = 36

Itself because 1 times a number = the same number

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multiplying a number by itself is a power 2^2=2 to the 2nd power 2^3=2 to the 3rd power

You multiply the number by itself 115 times.

Multiplication

the exponent

When you multiple 17 by 3, you get 51. That is add 17 to itself for 3 times.

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.

To square a number you multiply it by itself, to cube a number you then multiply itself twice! i.e. 3 times 3 is 9 and 9 times 3 is then 27 so 27 is 3 cubed

it means to multiply the number by it self

No, you multiply it by itself, eg 62 = 36

A number "to the power" of another number means to multiply the first number by itself however many times the second number is. Example: 43, 4 to the power of 3, means multiply 4 by itself 3 times: 4x4x4=64

You take a number and multiply it by itself three times.

Expressing a number to the "third power" means to multiply that number by itself three times. Multiply 329313.6 times 329313.6, and then multiply that answer by 329313.6. The resulting answer is the third power [329313.63].