Q: What two positive numbers have a difference of 29 and a product of 180?

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The answer is ..............180 and 5. So 180 + 5 = 185 and 180*5=900.

There's sort of two answers to this: 1) it's totally arbitrary, as are all the rules of math. 2) think of all numbers as vectors rather than as scalars. ... Thus all positive numbers lie to the right of the origin, or at 0 degrees - negative numbers are then at 180 degrees. ... Then when you multiply two vectors you add their angles. ... and 180 + 180 = 360 (or 0) and is therefore a positive result.

12 & 15

It is: 180*180 = 32,400

180 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 or 22 x 32 x 5

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12 and 15

The answer is ..............180 and 5. So 180 + 5 = 185 and 180*5=900.

10 + 18 = 28 10 x 18 = 180

The numbers are 20 and 9

Any set of three different positive numbers that sum to 180.

The two numbers are 180 and 5 180 + 5 = 185 180 x 5 = 900

They are 12 and 15

Their LCM is 2700/(15^2) = 180.

12 & 15

There's sort of two answers to this: 1) it's totally arbitrary, as are all the rules of math. 2) think of all numbers as vectors rather than as scalars. ... Thus all positive numbers lie to the right of the origin, or at 0 degrees - negative numbers are then at 180 degrees. ... Then when you multiply two vectors you add their angles. ... and 180 + 180 = 360 (or 0) and is therefore a positive result.

12 & 15

180 is the smallest positive integer that all three of those numbers will divide into evenly with no remainder.