Q: What Two Numbers Added Equal 23 And Multiplied Equal 120?

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2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 = 120

Here are all the pairs of numbers that equal 120 when multiplied together: 1 x 120 2 x 60 3 x 40 4 x 30 5 x 24 6 x 20 8 x 15 10 x 12 * * * * * These are all the INTEGERS, which is NOT the same as numbers.

For starters you have 120*5*2. There are a lot that I cannot mention them all

200 multiplied by 120 is 24,000.

15 multiplied by 8 is 120.

There aren't two whole numbers that will satisfy those conditions. If that's -120, you can use -15 and 8.

120 is not a prime and no prime numbers equal a composite (ie non-prime).

Assume that the two numbers are represented by 'x' and 'y': x+y=7 and xy= -120 As x+y=7, re-arrange the formula so that x=7-y Now substitute for x: (7-y)y = -120 7y-y2= -120 7y-y2+120 = 0 y2_7y-120 = 0 (y-15)(y+8) = 0 Therefore y = 15 or -8, and so putting back into the original equation, when y=15, x = -8, and when y= -8, x = 15