Q: What is the greatest possible product of 2 numbers whose sum is 60?

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20 x 21 = 420

The two whole numbers that satisfy the given conditions are 150 and 10. Their product is 1500, and their greatest common factor (GCF) is 10.

I think it is 16384 I'm not sure

Numbers whose product is one is called multiplicative inverses.

Any two numbers whose product is '1' are each others' reciprocals.

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20 x 21 = 420

The greatest possible number is 888... (repeating).

The GCF is 16.

For the product to be zero, one of the numbers must be 0. So the question is to find the maximum sum for fifteen consecutive whole numbers, INCLUDING 0. This is clearly achived by the numbers 0 to 14 (inclusive), whose sum is 105.

The two whole numbers that satisfy the given conditions are 150 and 10. Their product is 1500, and their greatest common factor (GCF) is 10.

I think it is 16384 I'm not sure

Numbers whose product is one is called multiplicative inverses.

Forming three three digit numbers that use the numbers 1-9 without repeating, the highest product possible is 611,721,516. This is formed from the numbers 941, 852, and 763.

two prime numbers whose product is 141 = 3 & 47

3 and 7 are prime numbers whose product is 21.

-76 and 76 whose product is -5776.

Any two numbers whose product is '1' are each others' reciprocals.