Q: What number multiplied by it self gives 14641?

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+5 or -5.

the product of 15 and a number by its self four times.

about 31.6227766017, or 10 times the square root of 10

Because for a number to be a square number it must have a number which when multiplied by it self=that number. For example: 36 is a square number because 6x6=36 16 is a square number because 4x4=16 A negative number such as -16 is not a Square Number because -4x-4=16 not -16 because a negative times a negative is a positive. -4x4=-16 but these numbers aren't the same therefore -16 isn't a square number. This is why negative numbers cant be Square Numbers

1 and it self

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The answer is 20.

+5 or -5.

There are two of them that do that: -108 and +108 .

351364184.12760046280601855807206 multiplied by itself gives you 123456789887654321.

100

15.556349186

the product of 15 and a number by its self four times.

Any number can be multiplied by itself, but one is unique in that it stays the same. 1x1 is 1

a number multiplied it self 3 times so 5x5x5 or 53

The number zero! Multiplied by itself = 0 x 0 = 0 Added to itself = 0 + 0 = 0!

about 31.6227766017, or 10 times the square root of 10

27 x 27 = 729