Q: What 2 number multipy to 139?

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There is no term "multipy" in mathematics. If you meant to ask about multiplication, it is an operation that combines two or more numbers to give a product. For example, multiplying 2 and 3 gives a product of 6 (2 x 3 = 6).

139 is a prime number as its only factors are 1 and 139.

you multipy the smaller denomnater to equal the other fraction and multipy the numarter by the same number as the denomneter got multiplied by

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If you wish to multiply a fraction (numerator and denominator) by a number, you multiply the numerator by the number and leave the denominator as it was. For example, 2/3 * 4 = 8/3

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you multipy a fraction by taking a number and mulitiply the same number to the numerator and denominator and get ur answer

let start woth 0.5 as we know 0.5 = 1/2 therefore think of the 0.5 as 0.5 / 1 multipy the top by a number to make it a whole number and then multipy the bottom by the same number

to multiply a number by itself

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There is no term "multipy" in mathematics. If you meant to ask about multiplication, it is an operation that combines two or more numbers to give a product. For example, multiplying 2 and 3 gives a product of 6 (2 x 3 = 6).

By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction.

An infinite number of ways.

139 is a prime number as its only factors are 1 and 139.

139 is a prime number.

you multipy the smaller denomnater to equal the other fraction and multipy the numarter by the same number as the denomneter got multiplied by

Ok, let's use the number "4" as an example. You would say "4 squared" but you would put a superscript of 2 on it.