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Q: What are two consecutive numbers which give the product of 3906?

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The four numbers are 94, 95, 96, 97. The geometric mean of four consecutive (whole) numbers is going to be in the middle of the four (quite close to their arithmetic mean which is half way between the middle two numbers). The geometric mean of n numbers is the nth root of the numbers multiplied together. Here there are 4 (consecutive whole) numbers multiplied together to give 83156160, so the geometric mean of them will be the 4th root of 83156160 which will be in the middle of them. 4√83156160 ≈ 95.5 So the 4 numbers are 94, 95, 96, 97.

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It will always give an even number, as adding any amount of even numbers always results in an even number.

If two numbers have a sum of 31 and a product of 228, then the two numbers are 12 and 19. Adding them will give you 31, and multiplying them gives you 228.

The product is positive.The rule is, "Numbers with like signs give a positive product.", and conversely, "Numbers with unlike signsgive a negative product."

The only pair of positive single-digit numbers which give a product of 81 are 9 and 9.

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It multiplies the numbers that are given to it. So to multiply 10 by 5 you could use the PRODUCT function to do it, like this: =PRODUCT(10,5) will give 50. =PRODUCT(3,4) will give 12. The Product function multiplies all the numbers in it to give a result. For example: =PRODUCT(5,10,3) will give 150. You can have up to 255 different values in a PRODUCT function, all of which will be multiplied. If you had numbers in every cell from A2 to A12 you could multiply them all in the following way: =PRODUCT(A2:A12)

You need two numbers to get a product. A factor pair for any number other than 288 will give a product that is not 288.

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