Q: What number can you multiply by 3 to get 39?

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The only numbers that multiply to get a product of 39 are 1 and 39, or 3 and 13.

Any number, integer or fraction, positive or negative, can multiply 39.

1 and 39, 3 and 13

78

55

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1, 3, 13, 39:1 x 39, 3 x 13

The only numbers that multiply to get a product of 39 are 1 and 39, or 3 and 13.

4x-39 = 2x+3, 4x-2x = 42 x=21

Multiply to do 39 and + - to 1

Any number, integer or fraction, positive or negative, can multiply 39.

1 and 39, 3 and 13

1, 3, 13, 39.

78

1 tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons so multiply the number of tablespoons by 3 to get the number of teaspoons. 13 * 3 = 39

55

To find 39 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.39. In this instance, 0.39 x 100 = 39. Therefore, 39 percent of 100 is equal to 39.

No. 39 = 3 * 13 39=3 so in that case 39 is not a prime number