In exponential notation, the product of a number by itself is referred to as the base. Exponential notation consists of the number to be multiplied and a superscript numeral to its right to denote the number of times it is to be multiplied by itself.
When the multiplication procedure is written out in its entirety, the resulting number is referred to as a factor. When the equation is expressed in this manner, the number may also be viewed as a multiplier or multiplicand.
A square is the result of a number being multiplied by itself. A power of a number is the product of a number being multiplied by itself several times. When the number being multiplied by itself is expressed in terms of the product of that multiplication, the resulting expression is known as the square root of the product.