Q: What 2 numbers can you multiply to get 39?

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1 x 39, 3 x 13

The only numbers that multiply to get a product of 39 are 1 and 39, or 3 and 13.

There are infinitely many sets of numbers. One such is 1*1*0.3*130

1 x 78, 2 x 39, 3 x 26, 6 x 13, 13 x 6, 26 x 3, 39 x 2, 78 x 1

When you multiply 2 negative numbers the answer will be positive, ALWAYS

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1 x 39, 3 x 13.

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39 and 2. 78 and 1. 26 and 3. 13 and 6.

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1 x 39, 3 x 13

3x13 39x1

The only numbers that multiply to get a product of 39 are 1 and 39, or 3 and 13.

There are infinitely many sets of numbers. One such is 1*1*0.3*130

154 = 2 x 7 x 11