**Cyclicity Calculator**

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.

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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