Q: This is a number that when multiplied by itself three times equals a given number.?

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A square number.

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

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

Reciprocal is the multiplictive inverse. For example, 1/x when multiplied by x gives 1. x is the reciprocal of 1/x. Thus, if a number, when multiplied by a given number, produces 1 as the product, then that number is called the reciprocal of the given number.

The number is a palindrome with increasing values and then linear decreasing values with a factor of 1, so the square root of 12345678987654321 is 111111111. Note that it has 9 digits, given that the largest value in 12345678987654321 is 9.

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A square number.

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

There are two, 0 and 1.

The number is called a "cube root"

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

the square root of the given number

If the number is x, then the number multiplied by itself three times would be x4 ... so if the "given number" is y, then y = x4 and thus x is related to the "given number by x = y1/4 i.e. the quartic or fourth root of 4.

A square root.

The square root of 20 is: ± 4.472136The square root of 20 is ± 4.472136 (to 7 sf).A square root of a number is the number that when multiplied by itself equals the given number.

4.242640687It's the square root of 18

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

Oh, dude, that's like a square root. It's the number you multiply by itself to get the given number. So, if you're looking for the square root of 25, it's 5 because 5 times 5 equals 25. Easy peasy, right?