Q: What two whole numbers neither ending in zero when multiplied together equal exactly 1 000 000 000?

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Nice problem !512 and 1,953,125 .

They cannot be integers or whole numbers; but they can be numbers with decimals. There are many possibilities; if the numbers are the same, then that is the square root of 10000000 which is 3162.277666...repeating. Those same numbers multiplied together = 10000000. If numbers are different, there are other combinations, all involving decimals

any 2 numbers can be multiplied together. eg. 2x1 is 2. 5x91000 is 455000

What two numbers multiplied together equal 2001

The numbers being mutiplied together is a "factor."

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2*5 = 10 so 26 * 56 = 106 = 1000000 So the two numbers are 26 = 64 and 56 = 15625

Nice problem !512 and 1,953,125 .

They cannot be integers or whole numbers; but they can be numbers with decimals. There are many possibilities; if the numbers are the same, then that is the square root of 10000000 which is 3162.277666...repeating. Those same numbers multiplied together = 10000000. If numbers are different, there are other combinations, all involving decimals

The answer to two or more numbers multiplied together is called a product.

any 2 numbers can be multiplied together. eg. 2x1 is 2. 5x91000 is 455000

What two numbers multiplied together equal 2001

The numbers being mutiplied together is a "factor."

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a product

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any two negative numbers multiplied together equals a positive number. any two positives numbers multiplied together equal positive numbers and any negative and positive numbers multiplied together equals a negative.negative, negative = positivenegative, positive = negativepositive, positive = positive

I think 1 x 76 = 76 are the only two numbers that form 76 when multiplied together.