Q: What two numbers add to give 1 and multiplies to give -4?

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There are no two real numbers that can do that.-- If you're into complex numbers, then [ 2 + j 3.7417 ] and [ 2 - j 3.7417 ] will do it.-- If, as I suspect, the fifteen was actually supposed to be negative fifteen,then the two numbers -3 and 5 will do it.(You also didn't say how many numbers are involved, but I just assumed thatit's two of them.)

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4.54 and 0.46

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If you've written this down correctly, there aren't two whole numbers that satisfy these conditions. The closest is -98 and 4, which multiply to -392, but add to -94.

They are -1 and -3

45

-64

There are no two real numbers that add to 2 and multiply together to get 2. Using complex numbers, (1 + i) and (1 - i) add to 2 and multiply together to get 2.

The numbers are: 20 and -48

In ordinary (real) numbers there are no two numbers that add to 3 and multiply to 6. In complex numbers, the two are: 3/2 + i sqrt(15)/2 and 3/2 - i sqrt(15)/2.

-144

6 - (5+1, 4+2, 3+3) 4 - (4x1, 2x2)

You add up all the numbers that they give you. It makes no differenceif some of the numbers happen to be equal to others.

736

-82