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Q: What is A number that when multiplied by itself equals the given number?

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A square number.

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

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.

If the sum of the digits of a given number equals nine or a multiple of nine, nine is a factor of that number.

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A square number.

There are two, 0 and 1.

The number is called a "cube root"

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

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

the square root of the given number

A square root.

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.

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

The number is called a 'square root'.

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

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