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Q: What 2 numbers can be multiplied to get 53?

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2 and 53

These pairs of numbers, when multiplied, equal 212: (1, 212) (2, 106) (4, 53)

no whole numbers multiply to 53 except 1 and 53. 53 is prime

One possible pair is 1 and 53

7 x 53 = 371

7 x 53

53 and 2 are both prime numbers and their LCM is 106

any 2 numbers can be multiplied together. eg. 2x1 is 2. 5x91000 is 455000

53 is a "prime" number, so there are exactly two possible answers: (1) x (53) and (-1) x (-53)

Two numbers multiplied equaling 14 is 2 and 7.

Their PRODUCT.

The Product.

31 and 2

Not sure about mulpiplied, but 53 multiplied by 59 is 3127.

212, 213 Because, you have 2 and 3, then 12 (which is 4 multiplied by the previous number) and 13, then 52 (which is 4 multiplied by the previous number) and 53. 53 x 4 = 212.

53 + 3 117 - 61 2 x 28 168 / 3 for example.

53=53 7

The two numbers are -1 and -2

1 2

49 x 2

if 2 positive numbers are multiplied, then the product is positive. if 2 negative numbers are multiplied, the product is positive. if a positive and a negative number are multiplied, the product is negative.

2 and 2

These are the pairs of numbers that when multiplied are equal to 64: (1, 64) (2, 32) (4, 16) (8, 8)

The answer will depend on the signs of the numbers being multiplied.

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