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I am sure that there are a number of different solutions to that question; the one that comes to mind is 3 times 3,333 and a third.

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Q: What two numbers that don' t end in zero multiply to make 10000?
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Can two numbers multiply to make zero?

Definitely. That always happens any time at least one of the original numbers is zero.

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