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Q: What is a number that multiplies to -50 and adds to -20?

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-5 and -10

+25 and -2

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65

To 2 decimal places -1.23 and -48.77

50

Unfortunately there are no numbers that add to make 23 and multiply to make 50.25 + (-2) = 2325 x -2 = -50

-20

20 of 50% = 10

10 is 20% of 50

zero

2n - 20 = 50

47 is the largest prime number between 20 and 50.

No odd number (5) of odd numbers ever adds up to an even number (50).

The highest factor of any number is the number itself. The GCF of 20 and 50 is 10.

The highest factor of any number is the number itself. The GCF of 20 and 50 is 10.

To find 20 percent of a number, multiply that number by 0.2. In this instance, 0.2 x 250 = 50. Therefore, 20 percent of 250 is equal to 50.20% of 250 = 50

To add 20 percent to a number, multiply the number by 1.2. For example, adding 20 percent to 50 gives 50 x 1.2 = 60.

30 is the only number between 20 and 50 that is a factor of 60

20 / 0.5 = 40 Therefore, 20 is 50 percent of 40.

53

You can solve this algebraically. Let n be a number.20 - 2n = 5020 = 50 + 2n2n = -30n = -15The number is -15Verify: 20 - 2(-15) = 20 + 30 = 50

44

The only perfect number between 20 and 50 is 28.