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Q: What 2 numbers multiplied equal 1000 that are the same number?

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if you mean which number multiplied by itself gives 10000000, then the answer is 1000. if you are talking about two different numbers, there are a lot of combinations

every number is unique and equal only to itself. The only number that is equal to 1000 is 1000.

50 and 20 5 x 2 = 10 Add a zero to each number 50 x 20 = 1000

5 odd numbers must always equal an odd number so can never equal 1000

There are lots of answers to that like 100 or 1000 or 10000.

Any number multiplied by 1 is the number itself. In this instance, 1000 x 1 = 1000.

lots of numbers including: 10*96 1*960 100*9.6 1000*0.96 3*32

50x2x10

They are: 1*8*125 = 1000

when multiplying any number by 10, just add a zero at the end of that number to get your answer. 10*18=180 this rule works for 100, 1000 and other similar numbers. any number multiplied by 100 is that number with 2 zeros after it and any number multiplied by 1000 is that number with 3 zeros.

It is 1000/375 = 22/3

3.2 is the answer as 0.32 is the original number.

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