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

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

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.

It then becomes a square number

The question is ambiguous. Do you want to know how to multiply a fraction by a whole number, as well as by a mixed number? Or are you asking how to multiply a whole number by a mixed number and express the product as a fraction? Or what?

Subtract the whole degree portion of the total angle.Multiply the difference by 60. The whole number portion of the product is the whole number of minutes.Subtract the whole minute portion of the number.Multiply the difference by 60. The product is the number of seconds.

Multiply the whole number times the numerator. Divide the product by the denominator.

Another whole number.Specifically, it's what you get when you multiply the 2 numbers together.

Nothing happens to the whole number. But the product is less than the whole number. The product might be another whole number, and it might have a fractional part.

The number of 0s in the product is equal to the sum of the number of 0s in the whole number that you started with and the power [of ten].

It is a perfect square.

If it is product of an integer with itself, it is called a perfect square. Otherwise it has no name because all numbers are the product of some number with itself - viz the square root.

Apart from using a calculator, specifically if you multiply a whole number by a power of 10:* To multiply a whole number by 10, add a zero to the whole number. * To multiply a whole number by 100, add two zeros to the whole number. * Etc.

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).

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

-- Multiply (pi) by (diameter of circle)OR-- Multiply (pi) by (2 times radius of circle)-- Then round the product to the nearest whole number.

It is larger because the two whole numbers form a greater, larger number when multiplpied together. It is smaller when u multiply a whole number by a fraction because a fraction is a decimal and u get a smaller number when multiplying a number like 1/7 of 5

The product of a whole number with a whole number is a whole number. A whole number is an integer ( a counting number).

The product of a whole number and another whole number is a whole number.

259/42 = 6.2 so the least whole number is 7.

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.

The most likely answer is "Perfect square".

Whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.

The answer depends on product of a whole number with WHAT?

You need at least two things to have a product. Two whole numbers won't multiply to create a fraction. A whole number and a fraction will. 3 x 1/2 = 3/2

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