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Q: What two numbers multiply to equal 89?

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The two numbers -9 + √89 (≈ 0.434) and -9 - √89 (≈ -18.434)

89 is a prime number which is only divisible by itself and 1.

They are: 1*89*1 = 89

89 x 90 = 8010 which are two consecutive two digit numbers that equal 8010.

1 and 89, -1 and -89

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89 is a prime number, so the only two numbers that you can multiply together to get a product of 89 are 1 and itself.

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The two numbers -9 + √89 (≈ 0.434) and -9 - √89 (≈ -18.434)

89 is a prime number which is only divisible by itself and 1.

They are: 1*89*1 = 89

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89 x 90 = 8010 which are two consecutive two digit numbers that equal 8010.

1 and 89, -1 and -89

As a product of its prime factors: 5*89 = 445

They are: 2*89 = 178 and 1*178 = 178

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