What Is a Number Multiplied by Itself Called?

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A number multiplied by itself is called a square. Exponents are a short hand way of expressing squares; for instance 22, means 2 ×2. The square root of a number is also the value of a number that can be multiplied by itself to give the original number.
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A number which is multiplied by itself. once. is said to be <u> squared. </u> = 5 x 5 = 25, also written as 5. 2. This is called a square because if the sides of a rectangle
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It is 29 because 29*29 = 841.
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they are called multiplicands
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