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Q: What two numbers that when multiplied equal 100 and when subtracted equal 40?

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The numbers are 55.5 and 44.5

100*40

There are no two prime numbers in which a product of 100 is possible.

100*2=200

95

They could be: 64 and 36 because 64+36 = 100 and 64-36 = 28

-4 and -25

x^2+25x-100 is not factorable because there are not numbers that when multiplied equal -100 and when added equal 25.

4 x 25 = 100! Also there is 1 x 100 = 100!

5,5, and 4

There are infinitely many pairs of numbers that can be multiplied to make 145. For example, 1*145, 10*14.5, 100*1.45, 5*29

1913

125

6% is equal to 6/100. That fraction can be reduced to 3/50. The fraction can also be multiplied to greater numbers, such as 18/300.

British currency is pounds (£) and pence (p) with 100 pence in a pound, it can be added, subtracted, multiplied or divided just like any other currency or decimal number

6% is equal to 6/100. That fraction can be reduced to 3/50. The fraction can also be multiplied to greater numbers, such as 18/300.

100 + ((5 ÷ 7) x 10) - (11 x 8) = 19 and 1/7.

100 multiplied by 100 is 10,000.

160 and 10 16 and 100 800 and 2

0.193 x 100 = 19.3

0.523 multiplied by 100 is 52.3

That depends. If any number multiplied by 0 is equal to 0, then is 0 a multiple of no numbers, or every number... a tricky one.

80+20 (and) 80*20(* means times)

There are no two prime numbers in which a product of 100 is possible.

2,315 multiplied by 100 is 231,500.