







The product of two numbers 
20180619 

From amie: the product of two numbers is 108.when the larger number is divided by the smaller number the quotient is 3. What are the number.tnx Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sum and difference of two numbers 
20180313 

From samima: Two numbers have a difference of 0.85 and the sum 1.What are the numbers? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sum and difference of two numbers 
20180125 

From Ali:
Hello,
I was looking at the original question that was posted and answered by
your team:
http://mathcentral.uregina.ca/QQ/database/QQ.09.07/s/donna1.html
I used the 7 and 4 as example and not looking for 39 per original
question:
A=7
B=4
7+ 4 =11 and 74 = 3
We end up with 11 +3 = 14
A= 14/2 give use 7
B = how do you solve for B or 4 with out knowing anything about 3 or any other numbers ?
Thank you
Ali Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sum and difference of two numbers 
20170320 

From Olivia: The sum of two numbers is 87 and their difference is 29. What are the two numbers Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sum of two numbers is 52 
20140901 

From Blake: The sum of two numbers is 52 and the difference is 10. What are the numbers? i used to be real good at this stuff? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Two numbers whose difference is 16 
20130608 

From Johan: Two numbers whose difference is 16 and whose sum is 120 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Two numbers 
20081215 

From HERB: I am thinking of two whole numbers. When I add them , their sum is 123. When I subtract the lesser number from the greater number their difference is 45. What are my numbers? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Two numbers 
20080719 

From Jerry: while driving in my car early this morning, i 'discovered' something and want to ask if there is an equation that would fit it...
Here it goes..... take any two numbers (with the exception of two of the same numbers), multiply the first number by 2,
add the difference of the original two numbers, and the outcome will be the same as if you added the original two numbers together...
example: 3+5=8... thus, 3+3+(53)=8...
if you chose to reverse the numbers then..... 5+3=8... thus, 5+5(53)=8
i know, simple stuff.. but i just want someone to tell me what exactly this is.. is there a 'law' that describes this? Answered by Victoria West. 





equation? 
20080719 

From Jerry: while driving in my car early this morning, i 'discovered' something and want to ask if there is an equation that would fit it...
Here it goes..... take any two numbers (with the exception of two of the same numbers), multiply the first number by 2,
add the difference of the original two numbers, and the outcome will be the same as if you added the original two numbers together...
example: 3+5=8... thus, 3+3+(53)=8...
if you chose to reverse the numbers then..... 5+3=8... thus, 5+5(53)=8
i know, simple stuff.. but i just want someone to tell me what exactly this is.. is there a 'law' that describes this? Answered by Victoria West. 





Two numbers whose sum is 25 and whose product is 120 
20080710 

From Michelle: Solve the following problem in at least two different ways.
Find two numbers whose sum is 25 and whose product is 120.
I know how to solve this problem by creating two equations
x+y=25 and xy=120 and then use substitution.
Are there any different ways of solving this problem? Answered by Janice Cotcher and Penny Nom. 





Fact family 
20080221 

From Anand: Can you think of a fact family that has only two facts? Write the fact family Answered by Penny Nom. 





The sum of two numbers is 36 
20080114 

From May: The sum of two numbers is 36.
Their product is 320.
What are the two numbers? Answered by Penny Nom. 





What are the two numbers? 
20010924 

From A student: What are the two numbers.  the sum of two numbers is 15. 6 times the smaller number is 4 times the larger number .find the two numbers.
 the sum of the two numbers is 28. 2 times the larger number is 5 times the smaller number minus 7. find the two numbers.
Answered by Claude Tardif. 





Find the two numbers 
20010221 

From A grade 6 student: Find the two numbers: 5 is a common factor; 100 is a common multiple; neither number is a mulitple of the other; both are even. Answered by Penny Nom. 

