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Q: What two numbers multiply to get 130?

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There are infinitely many options. One of the simplest is 1*130

When you multiply two numbers, you get the product

The two (or more) numbers that you multiply are called factors. (The result of the multiplication is called the product.)

10x13

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

There are infinitely many sets of numbers. One such is 1*1*0.3*130

Two numbers that you can multiply together to get 72 are: 36 and 2.

Two numbers you could multiply to get 213 are 71 and 3.

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Two numbers that multiply to give -1 are -1 and 1.

2 and 62 or 4 and 31 are two numbers you can multiply to get 124.

7 and 9 72+92 = 130

There's only one number that equals 130. That number is . . . . . 130 .

you multiply the two numbers before the =. ex. 4x8=. the 4 and the 8 are the numbers you multiply another is 6x9=. the 6 and the 9 are the numbers you multiply.

When you multiply 2 negative numbers the answer will be positive, ALWAYS

If you multiply two irrational numbers, the result can be rational, or irrational.

the PRODUCT is the result when you multiply two numbers.

all numbers in the range -√130 to √130, or approximately -11.4 to 11.4 lie between the square root of 130. So two numbers that lie between the square root of 130 are 1 and 2. ---------------------------------------- If you meant: What two whole numbers does the square root of 130 lie between? Then √130 lies between 11 and 12.

When you multiply any two numbers, the answer is their product.

When you multiply any two numbers, the answer is their product.

130

a product

The product.

How about 100 plus 30 = 130 as one example

To find the multiples of 130, just multiply 130 by the numbers, 1,2,3,4.... So the first is 130, the next is 260, the third ones is 390... and you can keep going forever. That is what "..." means in this context.