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It depends on whether there are to be added, multiplied or something else. How about 1+2+157?


80 and 2 or 160 and 1 (80x2=160)


How about: 32*5 = 160 as an example


There are multiple answers for the question "what two numbers equal 160 when divided?". 160 divided by one equals 160. 320 divided by 2 equals 160. Any multiple of 160 divided by said multiple would equal 160.


160 and 10 16 and 100 800 and 2


How about: 79+81 = 180 as one example


There are any number of numbers that will make 160. 4x40. 8x20. 10x16. Only to mention a few.


160-ml multiplied by 4 is 640-ml. Rounding down to one significant figure 1-ml equals .004-cups. 640-ml multiplied by .004 yields the answer of 2.56-cups.


160 multiplied by 120 is 19,200.


160 multiplied by 20 is 3,200.


It is: 160 times 15 = 2400


1 and 159, when added together, is one possible answer.



160 multiplied by 8 is 1,280.


Let the two numbers be represented by a and b.Then, ab = 160 therefore b = 160/a.As, a + b = 24 we can now write, a + 160/a = 24, and after multiplying throughout by a :-a2 + 160 = 24a, re-arranging this becomes :- a2 - 24a + 160 = 0Solving this using the quadratic formula gives the solutions, a = 12 ± 4iTherefore the two numbers are 12 + 4i and 12 - 4i.


1 x 160, 2 x 80, 4 x 40, 5 x 32, 8 x 20, 10 x 16


13,440 divided by 160 equals 84.


1 x 160, 2 x 80, 4 x 40, 5 x 32, 8 x 20, 10 x 16


The product of 160 and 250 is 40,000. To find the product, simply multipy the two numbers together. One hundred sixty multiplied by two hundred fifty is forty thousand.


To find 10% of ten pounds, convert the ten pounds to ounces (16 ounces per pound multiplied by ten equals 160 ounces). Multiply 160 by .1 and you get 16 ounces, or 1 pound.



160%= 160/100 or 8/5 in fraction



8n = 160 n = 20


160 liters = 160000 ml



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