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Q: What two numbers multiply to equal 42?

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21 and 21 equal 42.

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-1 * 42 = -42 1 * -42 = -42 -2 * 22 = -42 2 * -22 = -42 -3 * 14 = -42 3 * -14 = -42 There are many ways to multiply two numbers to equal -42. However, one must be negative.

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Two (or four) digits added together cannot equal 42. Two-digit numbers multiplied together cannot equal 82.

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The numbers are 6 and 28

1 and 42 are one pair. 7 and 6 are another along with 21 and 2

There is only one number that equals 42. That number is . . . . . 42 .

You can multiply any of the combinations below 1 and 42 2 and 21 3 and 14 6 and 7 There are an infinite number of combinations if the numbers are not restricted to just positive integers.

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