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Q: What 2 numbers multiply to make 53?

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n x (n + 1) = 2756 n2 + n - 2756 = 0 n = [-b Â± (b2 - 4ac)Â½] Ã· 2a = [-1 Â± (1 + 4 x 2756)Â½] Ã· 2 = (-1 Â± 11025Â½) Ã· 2 = (-1 Â± 105) Ã· 2 = 104 Ã· 2 or -106 Ã· 2 = 52 or -53 So the two numbers are either (52 and 53) or (-53 and -52).

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