Math and Arithmetic

Factoring and Multiples

# Can you give 2 numbers having the same number of digits adding up to 28 one of them a multiple of the other?

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###### Wiki User

###### June 11, 2015 12:42PM

How about: 14+14 = 28 because 14 times 1 = 14

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