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Q: What two numbers multiply to make 54?

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54 x 2=108

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The numbers are: 9 and -6

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There are 4 of them which are 2*3*3*3 = 54

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There are no two real numbers that do, but two complex numbers that do are: (3 + i√45) and (3 - i√45). If the numbers multiply to -54 and sum to 6, then two numbers that do are: (3 + √63) ≈ 10.937 and (3 - √63) ≈ -4.937 If the numbers multiply to -54 and sum to -6, then two numbers that do are: (-3 + √63) ≈ 4.937 and (-3 - √63) ≈ -10.937

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54 = 1 x 54, 2 x 27, 3 x 18, 6 x 9

As a product of its prime factors: 2*3*3*3 = 54 or as 2*33 = 54

you can multiply eight times eight to get 54

2 x 27 = 54

Three numbers that multiply together to equal 54 are 1x2x27, 1x3x18, 1x6x9, and 2x3x9.

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There are many possibilities 108 * 1 or 54 * 2 or 36 * 3 or 27 * 4 or 18 * 6 or 12 * 9 etc...

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27 and 54

(72,12) (54,16) (48,18) (36,24) (32,27)

54 + 54

27 + 27