Welcome to our Cyclicity Calculator. It can display the Cyclicity of any number you enter.

The Cyclicity of any number is a sequence of 1 to 4 numbers. To find the Cyclicity of a number n, you calculate:

n

^{1}n

^{2}n

^{3}n

^{4}.....

Then you take the last digit from each of the answers above to create a sequence. You will see that the last digits repeat themselves. This sequence of numbers that repeats itself is called the Cyclicity of that number n.

Please enter a number below to calculate the cyclicity of that number:

Here are some examples of what our Cyclicity Calculator can calculate:

Cyclicity of 4

Cyclicity of 25

Cyclicity of 36

Cyclicity of 100

Cyclicity of 402

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