Q: What number is the same no matter if you multiply it or add it by 4?

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If the base numbers or variables are the same, you add the exponents.

The same as the number of zeros in 10000, that is, 4.

Total=sum or product of an eqation Multiply=to times or add that number by the times the other number Plus or Add=to add one number to another

There are infinitely many pairs of numbers that will add to 105.8 and infinitely many pairs of numbers that will multiply to 105.8 but there are no pair that will add AND multiply. I do not think there are larger sets, but I could be wrong. One example of a triplet adding and multiplying to the same number is 1, 2 and 3. They add to 6 and multiply to 6.

Adding the same number twice l like 75+75=150

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