Q: Two numbers which there mean equals 169?

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How about: 13 times 13 = 169

They are: 13*13 = 169 or 167+2 = 169

How about: 167+2 = 169

Those numbers would be 13 and 8. 13 squared + 8 squared This is equal to: 169 + 64 which equals 233 And finally, 13 - 8 equals 5.

1 x 169, 13 x 13.

13*13

The numbers are 76 23 45

5 squared + 12 squared = 169 (13 squared)

169 = 144 + 25, so your numbers are 12 & 5.

13 x 13

150 and 169.

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In order to find the mean of numbers, add up all of the numbers and thn divide it by the number of numbers there are. Adding two, five and twelve equals nineteen. Then divide three into nineteen, and this gives you a mean of 6.33.

3 and 5

313

The numbers are: 10 and -4

the two numbers are 14 and - 4.

The product of the LCM and GCF of two numbers equals the product of the two numbers.

A number multiplied by itself added to itself equals 30. What are the two possible numbers?

The numbers are: -25 and -30

No, the geometric mean is not the same as the mean of two numbers.

many numbers can equal 96. If you want two equal numbers then it would be 48.

The numbers are -2 and 28

-- Add the two numbers. -- Divide their sum by 2 . -- The quotient is the mean of the two numbers.

The numbers are 7 and 13. 72 + 13 = 49 + 13 = 62 7 + 132 = 7 + 169 = 176 62 + 176 = 238