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What is the product if 1 is multiplied by itself 10 times?

What is the product if 1 is multiplied by itself 10 times?

If (-1)is multiplied by itself 10 times then answer is +1 , because if (-1) *even no , then result will be +1 and 10 is an even no.

When 1 multiplied by itself 100 times the product is?

-1 multiplied by itself 100 times would give us 1, as 1 multiplied by 1 end number of times will give us 1, and when – is multiplied by itself any even nuber of times, the sign becomes positive (+), and when multiplied odd number of times, the sign remains the same (-).

What is multiplied by itself?

Understanding and Computing Square Roots In mathematics, we call multiplying a number by itself “squaring” the number. We call the result of squaring a whole number a square or a perfect square. A perfect square is any number that can be written as a whole number raised to the power of 2.

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How do you explain one times tables?

When multiplying by 1, the answer is the same as the number you are multiplying it by. It just means you have 1 of that number.

Why is 1 times 1 equal to 1?

So, 1 times 1 is 1 because it is simply another way of saying “I have one set of one thing, therefore I have one thing.” , A former high school math teacher (Grades 9, 10, and 11). I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Math Ed. (19… Originally Answered: What is 1 times 1? Why?

What is 1×1 times 1?

1 times 1 or, written another way, 1×1 is a simple multiplication problem which equals 1.

How many times to use 10 in a multiplication?

how many times to use the number in a multiplication. 102 means 10 × 10 = 100 (It says 10 is used 2 times in the multiplication) Example: 10 3 = 10 × 10 × 10 = 1,000

What is one-tenth fewer than 100?

Jul 24 ’14 at 16:19 one-tenth fewer would be 100 – (0.1 * 100) or 10 fewer or 90 total in your example. one-tenth as many would be 0.1 * 100 or 10 total. But then maybe I’m the one that’s confused and my confusion only makes sense to me.