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Q: What two numbers multiply to equal 180 but add up to equal 28?

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generally you would multiply a number by itself, but i have found out a marvelous trick, and it is pretty easy since I am only a child, but starting with 1, if you add three, you get four, the next square number. then you add five to get nine the next square number, then seven to get sixteen and so on. So in simpler terms you take one and add three to get the next square number, then add five, then seven counting by odd numbers. Here is an equation. the bold numbers are the square numbers and the Italic numbers are the progressing odd numbers.1+3= 4+5= 9+7=16and so on.

3x+x=4x. The 3x is just an easier way of stating x+x+x, and then you would just count the x's up like normal to create a total. You can also do this with larger numbers. For example, if you have 100x+500x, you would still add the numbers together to create a total of 600x. As long as the variables (x, in this case) are the same in the numbers you're adding (i.e., you can't add 3x+y together) you can just add the numbers to create your total.

The 3 interior angles of any triangle always add up to 180 degrees

what two numbers multiply to 24 and add to -10? -4 and -6 look good, so: (x - 4)(x - 6) x = 4 or 6

There are many pairs of numbers that add of to 64. One is (1,63), and the product is 63. Another is (2,62), and the product is 124. There seems to be something missing from the question, perhaps some constraint on the product. Please restate the question.

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