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# What two numbers do you add to get 0 and multiply to get 80?

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###### 2010-03-24 22:47:20

there are no two numbers that add to zero and multiply to get 80. if they add to zero, one of them HAS to be negative and one HAS to be positive. and if one of them is negative and the other is positive, they will multiply to be a negative number, so they can't equal a positive 80.

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