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Q: What two numbers can you multiply to get 525?

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There are infinitely many possible answers. Among them, 1*525, 10*52.5

There are infinitely many pairs, for example, 10 and 52.5.

525+525

2100

25 x 25 = 525.

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When you multiply two numbers, it is called the product.

How about: 500+25 = 525 as one example of many more examples

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