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 10-25-2007 #1 Grace Guest   Posts: n/a PLEASE HELP! MATH lol? WHAT 2 NUMBERS MAKE...1.) 292.)633.) 704.)345.)1206.)66please help! BIG EXAM! What 2 numbers multiplied together make the following number such as...for 1.) ?*?= 29
 11-22-2007 #2 bissy:) Guest   Posts: n/a no duh imposible 29 is a prime #!!!!!!!!
 11-23-2007 #3 Mr. Hui     Join Date: Mar 2005 Posts: 10,653 I agree with you bissy However, for 1) 292 = 2 * 146. I think that is what Grace meant. __________________ Do Math and you can do Anything!
 11-25-2007 #4 MyriamK Guest   Posts: n/a I believe the problem meant was: WHAT 2 NUMBERS MAKE... 1.) 29 2.) 63 3.) 70 4.) 34 5.) 120 6.) 66 as a product of two factors? My answer is: 29 = 1 X 29 (29 is a prime number, and a prime number's only factors are 1 and the number itself). For all the others, you have more interesting options. Look for prime factors. Is the number divisible by 2? By 3? By 5? By 7? By 11? There could be more than one answer. For example, 63 = 9 X 7, but 9 = 3 X 3, so 63 = 3 X 3 X 7. You can pick 3 or 7 as one of the factors to make two answers that do not use "1 X " : 63 = 3 X 21 63 = 7 X 9

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