Q: What is the integer whose product with -1is -40 is?

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8 and 5

1 and 40, 2 and 20 others include: 4 and 10 5 and 8 so there aren't just two, their are four pairs of integers whose product is 40.

The next odd integer after 40 is 41

40 is an integer: there can be no proper fraction for any integer other than 0.

41 & 39 = 1599. (40 x 40 = 1600 but I assume you meant different numbers)

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8 and 5

1 and 40, 2 and 20 others include: 4 and 10 5 and 8 so there aren't just two, their are four pairs of integers whose product is 40.

20 and 20.

They are: 40*41 = 1640

40 20,2 10,2,2 5,2,2,2 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 = 40

The next odd integer after 40 is 41

It is 40 because -19+40 = 21

40 is an integer: there can be no proper fraction for any integer other than 0.

41 & 39 = 1599. (40 x 40 = 1600 but I assume you meant different numbers)

40 is an integer, not a fraction.

Yes, because a zero integer is simply 0

There are an infinite number of groups of numbers whose sum, difference, product, quotient etc. is equal to 40 . But there are not four numbers that equal 40. In fact, there is only one number that equals 40. The number is . . . . . 40 .