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What are the factor pairs of 1200?

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2010-02-13 18:37:31
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1200 = 1*1200, 2*600, 3*400, 4*300, 5*240, 6*200, 8*150, 10*120, 12*100, 15*80, 16*75, 20*60, 24*50, 25*48, 30*40

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