The more zeros in a number, the more that original number is multiplied by 10
0 It's the only number when added/subtracted/multiplied/divided by itself doesn't change in value.
It is the square of the original number. If the original number represents a length, then the square of the original number represents an area of a square with side equal to the original number.
Let a be any term. Then, the number that is multiplied itself is expressed as: an where a is any real value, and n is any real integer.
To get the original number, multiply the square root of the number by itself.
Times it again by the same number [e.g] square of 4 is 4X4=16 so square of 4 is 16
It equals the value of 'q', multiplied by itself.
The power represents how many times the value is multiplied by itself. For example: 2 to the power of 3 = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8 As you can see, if there was only one power it would equal the original number.
The square root of two is an irrational number that when multiplied by itself gives you the value 2. It is approximately equal to 1.4142135623730951.
It is the negative of the value of the number multiplied by itself two times (not three times - as most of us are incorrectly taught).
That depends upon the value of X. The square root of any number (X) is a factor of that number that, when multiplied by itself, yields the number. For example, 3 is a factor of 9 that when multiplied by itself (3 x 3) yields 9. We say, therefore, that the square root of 9 is 3.