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Q: What two numbers when multiplied equal -6?

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No two numbers exist.for the two numbers to be added to be negative and multiplied to be positive, both numbers must be negative, and the highest possible multiplication for two numbers added to -12 would be (-6 and -6) but multiplied, yields 36. So, no such numbers would exist.

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not that it's our policy to finish homework but -24, -6

The numbers are: 3 -sq rt of 21 and 3 +sq rt of 21

6*6 4*9 2*18

Well, two prime numbers added together to equal six are 3 and 3, and 5 and 1. Two prime numbers multiplied together to equal six are 3 and 2.

Factors are numbers that, when multiplied together, equal a number. For example, the factors of 6 are 1, 2, and 3. When these numbers (1, 2, 3) are multiplied together, they equal 6.

There are no two real numbers that do, but two complex numbers that do are: (3 + i√45) and (3 - i√45). If the numbers multiply to -54 and sum to 6, then two numbers that do are: (3 + √63) ≈ 10.937 and (3 - √63) ≈ -4.937 If the numbers multiply to -54 and sum to -6, then two numbers that do are: (-3 + √63) ≈ 4.937 and (-3 - √63) ≈ -10.937

1 and 18 2 and 9 3 and 6