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multiples of 90 that add up to 24

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I think you are looking for "factors" not "multiples"
i don't believe there are any...
no im looking for multiples

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i can only think of 18*5=90 but it adds up to 23.
you are missing the signs too!!! multiples are greater than the number itself 90*1, 90*2, 90*3 , etc those are called multiples of 90
is 90 negative in your quadratic?
Solve for x: x2 + 24x + 90 = 0
then you've got to use the quadratic equation. since there are so factors of +90 that add up to +24
Solving for x, and setting the equation to zero then i get two solutions: \[x=3 (-4 - \sqrt{6}) \] and \[x=3 (-4 + \sqrt{6}) \]
Solve for x: x2 + 24x + 90 = 0
you can't solve it by factoring, you gotta use that formula

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