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Q: What is a number that is multiplied repeatedly?

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BASE

the base

A number multiplied by zero is zero.

3.2 is the answer as 0.32 is the original number.

always: number multiplied by itself is that number squareex. a*a = a^2

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BASE

the base

It is called the base.

The base is the common factor multiplied repeatedly by the exponent.

As for example 16,000,000 is 1.6*10^7 in scientific notation which means 1.6 must be repeatedly multiplied by 10 seven times over in order to go back to the original number

the base

the base

The index or the exponent - but only if it is a non-negative integer.

With an exponent. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 24

Every number can be multiplied by 19.Every number can be multiplied by 19.Every number can be multiplied by 19.Every number can be multiplied by 19.

A number multiplied by zero is zero.

Then, if the exponent is a positive integer, the value is 1 multiplied by the base repeatedly, exponent times. If the exponent is a negative integer then it is the reciprocal of the above value.In either case, it is NOT the base multiplied by itself an exponent number of times.

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