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Q: What two numbers equal 13 but when multiplied equal 12?

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36 multiplied by 12 = 432

12 x 9

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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-177

-166

The numbers are 26 and -14

-1 and 6

12

3, -15

-11.657 and -0.343 (approx).

12 and -4

They are: 3 and 12

67

33

3 and 12

12

There cannot be such a pair. a2 and b2 when multiplied together give a2b2 = (ab)2 So if two square numbers are multiplied together, their product is a square. 12 is not a square so the two numbers cannot exist.

How about: 1*3*4 = 12

1 x 12, 2 x 6, 3 x 4

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

the answer would only be 12*11 but other wise there really isn't any other two numbers to multiply by

64

The two numbers multiplied are 12*12, 1*144

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