Q: What times what equals 42 and those numbers equal negative 5. What are the numbers?

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They equal a set of those three numbers. With no operation defined, they cannot equal anything else.

The numbers are: -27+6*sq rt of 14 and -27-6*sq rt of 14

nope. 11 dont equal 89. those numbers arent close at all duhhh

The result can be either positive or negative, depending on the sizes of those original two negative numbers. (-8) minus (-10) = positive 2 (-8) minus (-5) = negative 3

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They equal a set of those three numbers. With no operation defined, they cannot equal anything else.

1.66 x 10-24 equals 0.00000000000000000000000166 those zeroes are not significant figures The exponent moves the numbers to the left of the decimal point since it is negative

The numbers are: -27+6*sq rt of 14 and -27-6*sq rt of 14

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nope. 11 dont equal 89. those numbers arent close at all duhhh

The result can be either positive or negative, depending on the sizes of those original two negative numbers. (-8) minus (-10) = positive 2 (-8) minus (-5) = negative 3

Those are "negative" numbers.

1*(-5) 5*(-1) Those are the only two whole number equations that equal (-5). If you are looking for more than just whole numbers any two numbers you can multiply to equal positive 5, if you make one value negative your product will become negative. (i.e. 2*2.5=5 | (-2)*2.5=(-5))

Those numbers would be 13 and 8. 13 squared + 8 squared This is equal to: 169 + 64 which equals 233 And finally, 13 - 8 equals 5.

The product of all those numbers will always be a negative number.

There is no way to write any one or more of those six digits in such a way as to equal 47.

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