Q: What number multiplied by itself equals 36?

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36 is twice the product of its digits multiplied. 3 times 6 equals 18, and 18 times 2 equals 36.

A number multiplied by itself is a square number as for example 6*6 = 36

When one number is multiplied by itself, the number is said to be the square root of the product. 6 x 6 = 36..... so 6 is the square root of 36.

36 multiplied by 4 is 144.

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i multiplied a number by itself and got 36 what is the number?

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36

36 is twice the product of its digits multiplied. 3 times 6 equals 18, and 18 times 2 equals 36.

Square is a number multiplied by itself (ie. 7x7), while a square root is a number which can be divided so that the quotient multiplied by itself will equal that original number (ie. (36 divided by 6)x6=36.

A number multiplied by itself is a square number as for example 6*6 = 36

It is ten, because if you square 100, u must find a number that can be multiplied by itself to get the square root of the number 100. Like how the square root of 36 would be 6. Because six multiplied by Itself is 36.

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When one number is multiplied by itself, the number is said to be the square root of the product. 6 x 6 = 36..... so 6 is the square root of 36.

36 multiplied by 4 is 144.

36 multiplied by 7 is 252.

49 multiplied by 36 is 1,764.