Q: The product of two numbers is 928 If one of the numbers is 32 find the sum of the two numbers?

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Multiply them. The answer will be negative.

9+0=9?

The numbers are 10 and 16.

If one is zero, then the product is always zero.(Think about it ... you take 279 zero times. How much do you have ?)

A product is a binary operator. That means a product is the result of combining TWO numbers. You cannot have a product of just one number - whether it is a fraction or not is irrelevant.

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Any one of the infinitely many numbers of the form k*928 where k is an integer.

Multiply them. The answer will be negative.

9+0=9?

You cannot since a product is defined for two or more numbers: you have only one in the question.

Anything times zero is zero.

The numbers are 10 and 16.

If one is zero, then the product is always zero.(Think about it ... you take 279 zero times. How much do you have ?)

A product is a binary operator. That means a product is the result of combining TWO numbers. You cannot have a product of just one number - whether it is a fraction or not is irrelevant.

The product of the original numbers is equal to the product of the GCF and LCM. Divide the product of the LCM and GCF by the one number. The answer will be the other.

The LCM of a set of prime numbers is their product.

As a general principle, you can find the LCM of two numbers by dividing their product by their GCF. This one won't work. The product of any two numbers with 5 as a common factor would have to end in 5 or 0.

If the product of 2 numbers is one, than those 2 numbers are recipricals