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Q: What two numbers multiply together to equal 147?

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147

(147,1)(49,3)(21,7)

There is no other number besides 147 that is equal to 147.

They are: 3*49 = 147

(49,3)(21,7)

21 and 7, 3 and 49, 147 and 1

There are many possible answers: -1, +1 and -147 is one possible triplet.

1 x 147, 3 x 49, 7 x 21

3 and 49

3 x 7 x 7 = 147 or 1 x 3 x 49 = 147 or 49 x 6 x 1/2 = 147

There are infinitely many answers. Two examples: 1*147 10*14.7

1 x 147, 3 x 49, 7 x 21

21 x 7 49 x 3 147 x 1

You could multiply 1 and 147.

1, 3, 7, 21, 49, 147: 1 x 147, 3 x 49, 7 x 21, 21 x 7, 49 x 3, 147 x 1

1 x 441, 3 x 147, 7 x 63, 9 x 49, 21 x 2149 x 9, 63 x 7, 147 x 3, 441 x 1

3, 7 and 7

7 and 21 equal 147 and 7x3= 21 so yeah

The average of these two numbers comes when you add these two numbers together and divide it by 2 which is 101.5

137 + 10 = 147

To find the greatest common factor of two numbers, you first need to break those numbers down into their prime factors. For 105 and 147 this is: 105 = 3x5x7 147 = 3x7x7 The next step is to identify any common prime factors. In this case, both numbers have a 3 as a prime factor, and a 7 as a prime factor. Multiply these together to get the GCF: 3x7 = 21 Thus the greatest common factor of 105 and 147 is 21.

All multiples of 147 are divisible by 147: 147, 294, 441, 588, 735, ...

-147

3 x 7 x 7

10 multiplied by 147 is 1,470.