There are an infinite number of possibilities.

Even with whole numbers, you can have 1, 1 and 1000, or 1, 2 and 500, or 1, 5 and 200 etc.

And then you could try fractions: 1, 10000 and 0.1 etc

and then Irrational Numbers.

And, having found a triplet, you could make any two of the three negative.

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Q: What 3 numbers multiplied make 1000?

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They are: 1*8*125 = 1000

5, 10 & 20

2 x 10 x 50

2 3 3 7

1,2 and 500 is one possible answer.

2, 5, and 201

(1*69) AND (3*23)

3*7 = 21

3 and 7

They are: 3*5*11 = 165

There are only two numbers that can be multiplied to make 15. These numbers are 3 and 5. This is true because 3*5 = 15

37 times 3 = 111.

9 x 3 = 27

33 x 3 = 99

For example how about: 3*893 = 2679

3 x 7 x 11

-3 and 5

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

The prime numbers 2 and 3 have 6 as their product when multiplied.

2.929 and 17.071 (to 3 dp)

It is 1000/375 = 22/3

3 and 91 multiplied together make 273

They can be: 1*3*5*5 = 75

3 multiplied by itself (3x3) makes 9.

2*11*13 = 286