Q: A number that is the product of a whole number multiplied by itself?

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A square root is multiplied by itself to get a given whole number.

That would be a square. If the number that was multiplied by itself is an integer, it would be a perfect square,

The equation 1 x 1 = 1 meets the conditions you describe in your question. The whole number 1, when multiplied by itself (1 x 1) yields a product (the result of multiplication) of 1 (the original whole number).

What is a whole number that can be named as a product of a number with itself?

always: number multiplied by itself is that number squareex. a*a = a^2

The number multiplied by itself.

That is known as a factor.

Any fraction can be multiplied by a whole number so that the product is a whole number. Simply multiply the fraction (in rational form) by its denominator.

A perfect square is a whole number that can be named as a product of a number with itself.

If two whole numbers can be multiplied to give a whole number, then those two numbers are factors.Since every whole number can be expressed as a product of itself and the number 1, 1 and the number itself are factors of every number.One is.

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1*1=1

Because there is not a whole number that can be multiplied by itself to get 60.

Yes. What else would it be?

Yes, that is true.

It then becomes a square number

perfect square

The product of a given number and another number is the first number multiplied by the second.

A prime number can be multiplied by any other numbers because all whole numbers are the product of prime numbers.

The term for a number multiplied by itself one time is "squared." For example: 6^2 ( six to the power of two or six squared)) or 6x6 is 36.

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The numerator of the fraction is multiplied by the whole number.

The closest whole number is 54 which is 625.

The question does not have an answer. An even number multiplied by any other whole number (odd or even) gives an answer that is even.

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