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Q: What are some pairs of numbers such that the product of the 2 numbers is the reverse of the sum of the 2 numbers?

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The product is 464. Some of the factor pairs are (232,2)(116,4)(58,8)(29,16)

There are many pairs of numbers that add of to 64. One is (1,63), and the product is 63. Another is (2,62), and the product is 124. There seems to be something missing from the question, perhaps some constraint on the product. Please restate the question.

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30, 42 and 70

If the two numbers do not have any factors in common (other than 1), then the LCM is the same as the product of the two numbers. Example: LCM of 5 & 6 is 30, which is the same as the product.

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The factor pairs of 160 are 1 x 160, 2 x 80, 4 x 40, 5 x 32, 8 x 20, and 10 x 16 The prime factors of 160 are 2,2,2,2,2 and 5 So any pair of numbers will work so long one is a product of some of those numbers, and the other is a product of the rest. For instance: 2x2x2 and 2x2x5 will work. This is 8 and 20 or 2x2x2x2x2 and 5. This is 32 and 5.

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