The product of the page number on two facing pages of a book is 306. Find the page numbers?

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The product of the page number on two facing pages of a book is 306. Find the page numbers?

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306+1 ------ maybe? 2
306/2 = 153 .... so thats kinda tricky
i dont think it can exist; 1,5;4,2;3,3 are your option to =6

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ack..gotta learn to read
mn = 306 lol
so that is the answer sir
no, its my other voices correcting me :)
o ok well you let me which I need to put I have this question and one more that are posted
10*10 = 100 25*26 = nothing good
8*7 = 56; so that possible endings
18*17?
yep; 18*17 = 306
20 was to high; 15 to low, so that was my only logical option to test :)
17,18 is correct
yay!! it was either that or start using imaginary numbers :P
I also got 17 and 18 by using the quadratic formula.
i got it by taking the square root of 306 and then taking the nearest integer on either side

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