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Q: What are two whole numbers whose product is 1500 and whose GCF is 10?

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How about: 10 and 150

1500 = 30 x 50

Assuming a block shape, any three numbers with a product of 1500 will work. Such numbers would represent the length of the sides, in meters.

1500 and 16 is one such pair.

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You must have at least two whole numbers to determine a greatest common factor.

In order to deduct 10 percent from 1500 you multiply 1500 by .10. This gives you 150 and then you subtract 150 from 1500 to get the product price of 1350.

There are 1260 composite numbers from 1 to 1500.

No way of telling without knowing one of the dimensions and/or the shape of the room. It could be 30 x 50.

They are 239 prime numbers less than 1500.

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Any of its factors including itself are evenly divisible into 1500

Any of its factors including itself are evenly divisible into 1500

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They are 1500, 300, 30 and 6.

The product is 750 pounds

1,5,10,15,20,50,100,110,150

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1500/30 = 50 cm in length

In 1500 the whole of western Europe (including the British Isles) was still Catholic.

Delaware and the whole of the USA didn't exist in the 1500's

1500 = 2*2*3*5*5*5 or 22*3*53

1000 (2)1500 (3)