Q: What times itself is 16?

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Times a number by itself, eg. 4 squared is 16, because 4x4=16. If you want to go higher, like cubing a number, you just times a number by itself three times, eg. 4 cubed is 64 because 4x4x4=64.

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the number when multiplied by itself makes 16 = 4

what number times itself = 16, that is what you are trying to find. 4 x 4= 16 so the square root of 16 =4 square root of 25 is 5 because 5 x 5 is well 25.

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4*4=16

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The square root of 16 is 4, because 4 multiplied by itself is 16. 4 times 4 is 16 because 4+4 is 8, + 4 is 12, + 4 is 16.

Times a number by itself, eg. 4 squared is 16, because 4x4=16. If you want to go higher, like cubing a number, you just times a number by itself three times, eg. 4 cubed is 64 because 4x4x4=64.

25 to the twelfth power is 5.96046447753906x10^16

If you square a number, then you are taking the number times itself. For instance, 4 squared is 16, because 4 times 4 is 16.

a square root is a number that when multiplied by itself gives a particular answer. 4x?=16 4x "the square root of 16"=16..we choose 16 because its square is 4 and when multiplied by itself gives us the final answer 16.

A squared number is the product of an integer times itself. So, 16 is a squared number. 4 * 4 = 16.

Times it again by the same number [e.g] square of 4 is 4X4=16 so square of 4 is 16

A number multiplied by itself 56 times. Example, 2^56 = 7.20575940379279e+16

When you multiply a number times itself you get the square.2x2=43x3=94x4=16