Q: What are two numbers that add to 40 and multiply to 4?

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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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Those two numbers would be 80 and 40. 80*40=3200 80+40=120

The number halfway between 40 and 50 is the average of the two numbers. To find the average, you add the two numbers together and divide by 2. In this case, (40 + 50) / 2 = 45. So, 45 is the number halfway between 40 and 50.

2, 7 and 31 add up to 40.

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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)

They are 40 and 40

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-34

-452

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51

18

-43

-2.7178 and 14.7178 (approx)

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