Q: What two numbers multiplied gives you 84?

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How about: 5*84 = 420 as one example

8 and 4, added together and multiplied by 7

124

The conjugate of (84-3i) is (84+3i). This gives you a real number when multiplied.

109

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How about: 5*84 = 420 as one example

84 x 84

2 x 42=84 4 x 21=84 6 x 14=84

8 and 4, added together and multiplied by 7

124

12x2x2x2

The conjugate of (84-3i) is (84+3i). This gives you a real number when multiplied.

21 and 4 14 and 6 28 and 3 12 and 7 42 and 2

109

You'll need four. 2 x 3 x 3 x 7 = 84

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No. In order for two factors (i.e. two numbers multiplied together) to result in an even number, at least one of the factors must be even. Except for "2" all prime numbers by definition must be odd numbers. 168/2 = 84. 84 is not prime. Therefore you are looking for 2 odd factors of 168. But this is a fruitless search as 2 odd numbers multiplied together will never result in an even number.