Q: What two numbers multiply to get 5 but add for 7?

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There are no two real numbers that do, but the complex numbers (2 + i) and (2 - i) will.If you want two numbers that multiply to negative 5 and add to positive 4 then: -1 and 5If you want two numbers that multiply to negative 5 and add to negative 4 then: 1 and -5

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-5 and -15 because -5 + -15 equals -5 - 15 which is -20 and -5 multiplied by -15 = 75 (two negatives multiply to make a positive)

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There is no such numbers.If you used 9 and -4 then you will get 5 when you add them but you will get -36 when you multiply them.

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The numbers are: -2.5 and -2.5

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5-sqrt17, 5+sqrt17

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There are no two real numbers that do. Using complex numbers, these two do: (-3/2 + i√151/2) & (-3/2 - i√151/2) Two numbers that add to -3 and multiply to -40 are -8 & 5 Two numbers that add to 3 and multiply to -40 are 8 & -5 Two complex numbers that add to 3 and multiply to 40 are (3/2 + i√151/2) & (3/2 - i√151/2)

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