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Q: What two numbers multiplied together equal 208 but if you add them together they equal 40?

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207 and 1 can equal 208

There are an infinite number of answers to this question. Here are just two random examples for you: 13 * 4 = 52 208 * 0.25 = 52 and so on...

To solve this problem, determine the paired factors of 208. 208 x 1 104 x 2 52 x 4 26 x 8 13 x 16 All of these pairs of numbers when multiplied together produce 208.

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I found the answer on Wolfram Alpha, input: ab = 208, a + b = 2. The answer is: 1 + 3i times square root of 23, and 1 minus 3i times square root of 23.

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208 / 2 is equal to 104.

13 x 16 = 208

There are infinitely many possible answers:Sqrt(208) = 14.422Let X by ANY number greater than or equal to = 14.43and let Y = 208/XThen X*Y = X*(208/X) = 208and since there are infinitely many options for X, there are infinitely many pairs of numbers that multiply to 208.You can also have infinitely many triplets, infinitely many quartets and so on.

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48 + 160 + 800 = 208 + 800 = 1,008

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