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Q: What two numbers multiplied together equal 24 but add those two numbers together they equal 6?

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293 is already prime. Those numbers don't exist.

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The sum of two numbers is those two numbers multiplied together. For instance, the sum of 4 and 5 is 20.

Multiplying two numbers together will create a common multiple. It is sometimes, but not always, the LCM as well.

They cannot be integers or whole numbers; but they can be numbers with decimals. There are many possibilities; if the numbers are the same, then that is the square root of 10000000 which is 3162.277666...repeating. Those same numbers multiplied together = 10000000. If numbers are different, there are other combinations, all involving decimals

The factor pairs of 4 are (4,1) and (2,2). Neither of them add up to 3. If your question was about negative 4, you could use 4 and -1.

Those numbers are called factors. A pair of those is called a factor pair.

The numbers are: -27+6*sq rt of 14 and -27-6*sq rt of 14

1*(-5) 5*(-1) Those are the only two whole number equations that equal (-5). If you are looking for more than just whole numbers any two numbers you can multiply to equal positive 5, if you make one value negative your product will become negative. (i.e. 2*2.5=5 | (-2)*2.5=(-5))

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741 results from the following multiplications of two numbers: 1 * 741 (1 is not prime) 3 * 247 (247 is not prime) 13 * 57 (57 is not prime) 19 * 39 (39 is not prime) There are no two prime numbers that when multiplied equal 741. 3 * 13 * 19 equals 741, and all three of those numbers are prime.

Those are 'factors'.

2009=7x7x41 and those are all primes.

A product of two integers is those two numbers multiplied together. If the product is two integers, it is called a square. Two negative integers are multiplied together by multiplying them together just as if they are positive. For example, -3x-3=9. It is exactly the same thing as squaring a positive integer.

A logarithm is written like this: logab It is asking: 'How many a's must be multiplied together to get b?' or 'To what power must a be raised to get b?' Those questions are normally impossible to answer if a is zero or one, because these numbers remain the same no matter what the power. If a is negative, then the need to introduce imaginary and complex numbers will arise.

You can calculate the sum of numbers by adding numbers together. You can calculate the product of numbers by multiplying those numbers.

Those are 'factors'.

1 is a factor of 6. factors are those numbers which divide into other numbers without remainders multiples are those numbers which are other numbers multiplied by another number. 1 is a factor of 6 → 6 is a multiple of 1.

They equal a set of those three numbers. With no operation defined, they cannot equal anything else.

Those are not sets of numbers. They're just numbers. And they're equal.