Q: Why would 1700 and 2550 be the smallest number for 850?

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One possible answer is 1/2550, which will make the product 1: 1 is a perfect square. Alternately, you could try 102, but that is far from the smallest.

1700 is one 2550 is another 3400 is a third 1700/2=850 2550/3=850 3400/4=850

850, ie 2550/3

If the two numbers have a Greatest Common Factor of 850, the smallest they can be are the lowest two relatively prime multiples of 850, which are 2 and 3. The numbers would be 1700 and 2550.*If, conversely, the numbers sought have a Least Common Multiple of 850, the numbers are 25 and 34, as the next pair would be 17 and 50.

850, 1700, 2550, 3400, 4250, 5100, 5950, 6800, 7650, 8500, 9350, . . .

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If you mean the smallest two factors, they are 1 and 2.

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The two numbers are 1700 and 2550 because 850x2=1700 and 850x3= 2550.

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The smallest possible pair of numbers is 1700 and 2550.

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One possible answer is 1/2550, which will make the product 1: 1 is a perfect square. Alternately, you could try 102, but that is far from the smallest.

1700 is one 2550 is another 3400 is a third 1700/2=850 2550/3=850 3400/4=850

1700 and 2550