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Q: What is a number that must be multiplied times itself to equal a given number?

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A square root.

The number is called a "cube root"

That's the (frequency of the vibrations) multiplied by the (number of seconds in the time interval)

If you mean 1/x (some symbols get lost in the questions), that is called the reciprocal. It means, for any given number, find a number which, when multiplied with the given number, gives 1. Or equivalently, simply one divided by the given number.

Of any given positive number, the highest factor is the number itself, and the lowest factor is 1.

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The number is called a 'square root'.

Taking the square root means to find a number that, when squared (when multiplied by itself) is equal to the given number. If I ask for the square root of 9, I want a number that, when multiplied by itself, is equal to 9 - in this case, the answer is 3.

A square root is multiplied by itself to get a given whole number.

A square number.

0 and 1. 1x1 = 1. The answer is itself!

There are two, 0 and 1.

A square root.

4.242640687It's the square root of 18

The number is called a "cube root"

Cube Root A number that must be multiplied times itself three times to equal a given number. The cube root of x is written or . For example, since .

Given a number, if you can find another number (usually smaller than the given number) when multiplied by itself yields the original given number then the original given number is a perfect square number

It is a cube number as for example 3*3*3 = 27 which is a cube number.

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