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Q: What are 2 numbers to multiply to get 70?

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70*2

79

107

You can multiply any numbers together.

There are infinitely many possible answers: 1*70, 2*35, 3*(70/3), 4*17.5, 5*14, etc You can also include irrationals: sqrt(2)*sqrt(2450), etc And there is no reason to be restricted to two numbers: so 1*2*35, 1*2*3*(70/6) etc

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70 = 2 * 5 * 7.

70*2

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2 x 5 x 7 if you multiply them.

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Each of these results in 70: 1 x 70, 2 x 35, 5 x 14, 7 x 10

The simplest answer is 1 and 70. There an infinte number of other pairs.

There are infinitely many numbers. One pair is 70 and 0.5

You can multiply any numbers together.

The only way to do that is something like [ 2.5 x 28 ] or [ 3.5 x 20 ]. It can't be done with whole numbers. Here's why: -- The smallest possible 2-digit whole number is 10. -- So the smallest possible product of two 2-digit whole numbers is 100. -- So it's not possible to multiply two 2-digit whole numbers and get 70 .

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