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The two numbers that can be multiplied by 3 to get 42 are 14 and 7.

Q: What other two numbers do you multiply by 3 to get 42?

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2*21 = 42

7 x 2 x 3 = 42

41

These two numbers can multiply to get 42: -8i and 5.25i. Note: i is the square root of negative one. Most calculators will not be able to display this number.

1 x 42 2 x 21 3 x 14 6 x 7

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2*21 = 42

6x7

7 x 2 x 3 = 42

42

-31

6 / 7 2 / 21 3 / 14 1 / 42

-43

They are: 6 and -7

41

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1 and 42 are one pair. 7 and 6 are another along with 21 and 2

You can multiply any of the combinations below 1 and 42 2 and 21 3 and 14 6 and 7 There are an infinite number of combinations if the numbers are not restricted to just positive integers.