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There are no two real numbers that do, but two complex numbers do:

(3.5 + i 3.5 √23) and (3.5 - i 3.5 √23)

If you want them to add to 7 and multiply to -294, then the two real numbers -14 and 21 work.

Or if you want them to add to -7 and multiply to -294, then the two real numbers 14 and -21 work.

To add to -7 and multiply to 294, the following two complex numbers work:

(-3.5 + i 3.5 √23) and (-3.5 - i 3.5 √23)

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7, 14, 21 and just keep adding 7 until you get to 294.

Prime decomposition of 294: 294 = 2 x 3 x 7^2 Other ways of writing 294: 294 = 1 x 294 294 = 2 x 147 294 = 3 x 98 294 = 6 x 49 294 = 7 x 42 294 = 14 x 21

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The factor pairs of 294 are (294, 1) (147, 2) (98, 3) (49, 6) (42, 7) (21, 14) None of them add up to 7. If that was -294, you could use 21 and -14

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294, 588, 882 . . .

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7, 14, 21 and just keep adding 7 until you get to 294.

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294 = 1 x 294, 2 x 147, 3 x 98, 6 x 49, 7 x 42, or 14 x 21

The lowest common multiple of the two numbers is 42. All multiples of 42 are common multiples of 6 and 7. So the common multiples of 6 and 7 are 42, 84, 126, 168, 210, 252, 294, 336, and so on.

There are infinitely many of them so they cannot be listed. One of their multiples is 294*252*210 = 15558480.

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5 multiples of 98 are: 98, 196, 294, 392, and 490.

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