Q: What whole numbers can be mutiplied to make 97?

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The numbers are 48 and 49.

The only positive whole numbers are ' 1 ' and 97. It's a prime number.

97 & 3

65 + 97 = 162 97 - 65 = 162 The two numbers are therefore 65 and 97.

97 over 4 if there are no repeats.

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48 + 49 = 97

1 and 97 or -1 and -97

48 + 49 = 97

The numbers are 48 and 49.

The only positive whole numbers are ' 1 ' and 97. It's a prime number.

The numbers are: 48+49 = 97

LCM problems refer to whole numbers, not fractions.

the numbers 2 and 3 and 16 1/6 all multiply to equal 97

97 & 3

97 + 2

The number 97 (or any prime number) is prime because it has no integral divisors aside from 1 and itself. The number 1 will go into 97 exactly 97 times, and 97 will go into 97 exactly 1 time. Other than that, there are no counting numbers (integers or whole numbers) that will divide into it and give a whole number dividend.

485 = 5 x 97.