Q: What two numbers multipy to make 132?

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They are: 11 times 12 = 132

132 = 11 x 12 ie 11 x 3 x 2 x 2 . the answer is there are no two prime numbers whose product is 132.

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They are: 7 times 7 = 49

They are: 11 times 12 = 132

132 = 11 x 12 ie 11 x 3 x 2 x 2 . the answer is there are no two prime numbers whose product is 132.

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because the negatives cross out each other and your left with positive numbers to multipy.

Depends on what operation you perform on the two numbers. And, for each operation there are infinitely many possible answers. For example: addition has 0 and 132, 1 and 131, etc multiplication has 1 and 132, 0.1 and 1320, 0.001 and 13200 etc

How about: 127+5 = 132

This is easiest to solve by trial-and-error. Take two consecutive numbers and multiply them, for example, 20 x 21 = 420. Since this is too low, try higher numbers. If your answer is too high, try again with lower numbers, until you find the answer.

11 & 12 are the integers whose product is 132.