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Q: What could be the product of two even numbers and an odd number each of which is greater than 1 I don't understand this problem HELP?

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Its called the product. For example, in the problem 5x3=15, 15 is the product.

An absolute value must be greater or equal to zero. If the absolute value is known to be nonzero then it must be greater than zero: that is, it must be positive. The product of two (or more) positive numbers must be positive.

The product of two numbers is the resulting number when they are multiplied together. As there is an infinite amount of numbers it would be impossible to write out the result of the product of all pairs of numbers

According to Wolfram Alpha, (1/2) (9 plus or minus i times the square root of 39) Since these numbers are complex, it means there is no solution with real numbers for this problem.

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By rounding off.

No. If one of the numbers is 0 it is less; if one of the numbers is 1 it is the same as one of them; otherwise the product is greater than either

The product will be greater than 1, when each of the two factors are greater than 1.

If their GCF is 1, their LCM is their product. If their GCF is greater than 1, their LCM is less than their product.

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The product of two even numbers is even. The product of two even numbers will be even. If they are both positive numbers, it will be greater than both of them. If one of them ends in 0, the product will end in 0.

It is the product of the two numbers

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When their GCF is greater than one.

No.

Their product.

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