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Q: What two numbers multiply to get 169?

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They are: 13*13 = 169 or 167+2 = 169

The divisors of 169 are 1, 13, and 169.

3 and 13.

To multiply two digit decimal numbers, multiply the numbers as you would without the decimals. To put the decimal in the answer, count the number of decimal places in the two numbers and put the decimal in the answer that many places to the left. For example: 5.12 x 6.35 = 32.5120. If the numbers were 51.2 x 63.5, the answer would be 3251.20.

They are: 1*103 = 103

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13*13

169

1 x 169 13 x 13

169

169

169

1 x 507, 3 x 169, 13 x 39.

338

When you multiply two numbers, you get the product

How about: 167+2 = 169

They are: 13*13 = 169 or 167+2 = 169

The two numbers can be any two numbers so that when they are added, they equal 338.

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