Q: What are whole numbers that multiply together to get 80?

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-20 and 80 -20*80=-1600 -20+80=60

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-20 and 80 -20*80=-1600 -20+80=60

There aren't two whole numbers that satisfy those conditions. If that was -80, you could use 8 and -10.

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Finding 80 percent of a number is equivalent to finding four fifths. To find a fraction of a fraction, multiply the two numbers together. In this instance, you will multiply together 4/5 and 4/6. To multiply fractions, first you multiply the top numbers (the numerators) together, and put the result on the top line of a new fraction, and secondly you multiply the bottom numbers (the denominators) together, and put the result on the bottom. In this instance, 4/5 x 4/6 is equal to 4x4/5x6. This is equal to 16/30. Expressed as a fraction in its lowest terms, this is equal to 8/15, or eight-fifteenths.

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I believe that means that you are supposed to multiply the numbers.

There are two consecutive odd, whole numbers. The numbers are 39 and 41.

Whole numbers means no decimal places have to be represented and no fractions can be associated with it. so 80 is a whole number and the whole number before it is 79 and the whole number after it is 81