Q: What three numbers do you multiply to get 140?

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How about: 4*5*7 = 140

280

-144

70*2

140

There are infinitely many pairs. The simplest is 1 and 140.

(70,2)(35,4)(28,5)(20,7)(14,10)

If the product of three numbers is 140, then we can write 140 as aXbXc. Let a be 10 and let b be 2. Then 140 equals 10X2Xc, or 7 equals c. Thus, the remaining number is 7.

-171

The three prime numbers which multiply to make 231 are 3 x 7 x 11.

2840

There are five ways to get to 140: 70 and 2, 14 and 10, 28 and 5, 35 and 4, and 20 and 7.

5x13x19

1,2,4

2x21x11

Three times three times three.

you multiply all numbers you see. If triangle you multiply all numbers then divide it by three

no

Factors multiply. The same set of numbers won't add up to both 140 and 240, but 120 and 20 are factors of 240 that total 140.

Multiply 11 by 18 and multiply that total by successive counting numbers.

Yes, the product of three negative numbers is always a negative number.

The GCF of all three numbers is 20 !

131, 7 and 2

3, 5, and 25 will do.

5x4x2=40

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