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Q: What two numbers equal 63 when multiplied?

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They are: -7*9 = -63

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There are no two real numbers that do, but two complex numbers that do are: (3 + i√45) and (3 - i√45). If the numbers multiply to -54 and sum to 6, then two numbers that do are: (3 + √63) ≈ 10.937 and (3 - √63) ≈ -4.937 If the numbers multiply to -54 and sum to -6, then two numbers that do are: (-3 + √63) ≈ 4.937 and (-3 - √63) ≈ -10.937

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The two numbers that times eachother to equal to 63 are 9 and 7........... (9x7=63)

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