Q: What two numbers multiplied equal 85?

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85 multiply by 5

(30 + 3√85) ≈ 57.659 (30 − 3√85) ≈ 2.341

They are: 83+2 = 85

40 + 45

83 + 2

631

All prime numbers except for 2 are odd. The sum of any two odd numbers is even. Therefore, unless 85 is prime (it's not) or -2 is, (it's not) there aren't two prime numbers that will equal 87.

1 x 85, 5 x 17,

85

5 and 17 go into 85.

There are 85 answers if you don't include negative numbers e.g. 80+5, 40+45, 37+48

They are: 83+2 = 85

7 * 85 = 595

Two numbers with a difference of 5 have a product of 6800. x and (x + 5) are our numbers. Let's multiply them together. (x) (x+5) = x2 + 5x That is equal to the 6800 specified. x2 + 5x = 6800 >> x2 + 5x - 6800 = 0 (x + 85) (x - 80) = 0 x + 85 = 0, so x = -85 (this in not a correct answer - it has the wrong sign) x - 80 = 0, so x = 80 (a correct answer, and one of the two numbers we need) Since x = 80, x + 5 = 85 Our numbers are 80 and 85. Let's check. 80 times 85 = 6800. Our work checks.

85 multiplied by 24 is 2,040.

85 multiplied by 6.4 is 544

65 multiplied by 85 is 5,525.

13 of 85 means 13 multiplied by 85. Therefore the answer is 1105

185-15=170 170/2=85 85+15=100 100+85=185 So the numbers are 100 and 85.

2 and 85

99494

As a product of its prime factors: 5*17 = 85

If three of the four numbers are 79, 80, and 65, and the average is 85, then the final number will equal (85 x 4) - 79 - 80 - 65 = 116.

The numbers are 6 and 7.

The two square numbers are 72 + 62 = 49 + 36 = 85. The smaller number is therefore 6.

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