The number 2, in base 4 arithmetic.
Because 51 is an odd number, it cannot be totalled by adding the same number twice.
Two Numbers consisting only of ones that when multiplied or added equal the same number are 11, and 1.1
1, 2 and 3
One, two, and three.
The product of two numbers is the proceeding result when two numbers are added together.
one, two, and three
1, 2, 3
One possibility: IV+IV+IV = XII using Roman numerals
Only true if both of the numbers are of the same polarity.
60 + 60 + 60 = 180
1+2+3 6; 1X2X3 6
There is no valid mathematical solution to the question.
How about: 1*2*3 = 6 and 1+2+3 = 6
15 x 15 = 225
1, 2 and 3
35/2 = 171/2 = 17.5
The horizontal, vertical and diagonal numbers will all be the same sum when added together.
You would average them the same way you average other numbers: add the numbers together and divide by the number of numbers you added together (in this case, two). For example, the average of -12 and -20 is (-12 + -20)/2 = -32/2 = -16.
0 and 0 You cannot dived by 0 (zero)
The only integer solution to this question is 2 and 2 which give 4 when they are added together or multiplied together. If you do not limit yourself to integers, then any pair of numbers, x and x/(x-1) will fit the bill where x not = 1. Their sum and product are x^2 / (x-1).