Q: What two numbers multiply together to equal -108 and add together to equal 4?

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The only prime factors of 108 are 2 and 3.

-141

16.42443 and 6.57557 (both rounded)If the "108" was actually "-108", then they would be 27 and -4 .

ab = 108 => a != 0, b != 0 so we CAN write b = 108 / a a + 108 / a = 56 Multiply both side by a a^2 + 108 = 56a. It's a simple quadratic equation, it will always have a solution over the Complex number, may be even REAL roots. so when you are done with a, move on to b. This is hardly abstract.

54 x 2=108

120

1 and 108 2 and 54 3 and 36 4 and 27 6 and 18 9 and 12 (There are infinitely more numbers [that are not whole numbers] that you can multiply together to get the same answer)

The prime numbers (factors) of 108 are: 2 and 3

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-85

108 times 2 :)

132

-102

-114

216

(54,2)(36,3)(27,4)(18,6)(12,9)

-56

There are infinitely many possible answers. For example:2 and 106 added together,2 and 54 multipled together,0.5 and 216 multipled together.

54 + 54

96=2*2*2*2*2*3 108=2*2*3*3*3 They both have two 2s and one 3 in common. For GCF, multiply all the numbers that they have in common together. 2*2*3=12. For LCM, multiply the two given numbers together and divide that by the GCF. 96*108=10368, 10368/12=864. So GCF=12 and LCM=864.

16.42443 and 6.57557 (both rounded)If the "108" was actually "-108", then they would be 27 and -4 .

They are: 6 and -18

12 x 9

54 and 54

120

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