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There are no two real numbers that do.

Using complex numbers, these two do:

(-3/2 + i√151/2) & (-3/2 - i√151/2)

Two numbers that add to -3 and multiply to -40 are -8 & 5

Two numbers that add to 3 and multiply to -40 are 8 & -5

Two complex numbers that add to 3 and multiply to 40 are (3/2 + i√151/2) & (3/2 - i√151/2)

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