Q: What three numbers do you multiply to get 140?

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How about: 4*5*7 = 140

-144

70*2

140

There are infinitely many pairs. The simplest is 1 and 140.

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How about: 4*5*7 = 140

280

-144

70*2

140

There are infinitely many pairs. The simplest is 1 and 140.

(70,2)(35,4)(28,5)(20,7)(14,10)

-171

If the product of three numbers is 140, then we can write 140 as aXbXc. Let a be 10 and let b be 2. Then 140 equals 10X2Xc, or 7 equals c. Thus, the remaining number is 7.

2840

The three prime numbers which multiply to make 231 are 3 x 7 x 11.

1,2,4