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Q: What three numbers multiply to make 140?

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They are: 4*5*7 = 140

280

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70*2

140

There are infinitely many pairs. The simplest is 1 and 140.

(70,2)(35,4)(28,5)(20,7)(14,10)

If the product of three numbers is 140, then we can write 140 as aXbXc. Let a be 10 and let b be 2. Then 140 equals 10X2Xc, or 7 equals c. Thus, the remaining number is 7.

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2840

There are five ways to get to 140: 70 and 2, 14 and 10, 28 and 5, 35 and 4, and 20 and 7.

Factors multiply. The same set of numbers won't add up to both 140 and 240, but 120 and 20 are factors of 240 that total 140.

The GCF of all three numbers is 20 !

131, 7 and 2

The prime numbers (factors) of 140 are: 2,5,7

112, 126, 140 and so on.

70, 140, 210

140

1 x 140, 2 x 70, 4 x 35, 5 x 28, 7 x 20, 14 x 10

Do you mean 14? not 140? Just saying, that 14 would make much more sense than 140.

There are 34 prime numbers under 140.

To find 140 percent of a number, multiply the number by 1.4. In this instance, 1.4 x 140 = 196. Therefore, 140 percent of 140 is equal to 196.

All multiples of 140, which is an infinite number. The first 5 numbers are: 140, 280, 420, 560, 700.

560

140 just multiply 7x2 then add a zero

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