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Q: Which number multiplied by itself gives 39?

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3 and 13 13 being a prime number.

22 will give it exactly

No, 39 is not prime.

39 can be multiplied by anything.

39 * 98 = 3,822

It is: 3*13 = 39

3*13 is the prime factorization of 39. If you use non-integers, there are infinite many pairs (or groups) of numbers that multiplied makes 39.

39 multiplied by 52 is 2,028.

39 multiplied by 3,705 is 144,495

6.5 multiplied by 39 is 253.5

365 multiplied by 39 is 14,235.

10 x 39 = 390

39 x 0.1 = 3.9

2 multiplied by 39 is 78.

39 multiplied by 5 is 195.

39 multiplied by 25 is 975.

86 multiplied by 39 is 3,354

39 multiplied by 78 is 3,042.

39 is the product when the two prime numbers 3 and 13 are multiplied.

780

36864 counting 1 and itself

None since its a prime number it's simply 39x1

11 is a prime number as it can only by divided by 2 numbers one and itself But 39 is not a prime number as it can be divided by 3 and 13 as well as one and itself.

28 multiplied by 39 is 1,092.