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I suspect this work is leading up to quadratics and the quadratic formula **.
OMG ... when i seen the answer I felt stupid... I know that i have to list the numbers of what it could be until i find both numbers that match... i guess i really need to work on my multiplication. Thank you Agnishom
Of course the answer is 14 and 1
The example that i have given is similar to the worksheet.
I was give a worksheet... And I need to find the base numbers from the product of 14 and the sum of 15. the base numbers have to be the same and equal to the product and sum given. I'm trying to find a method the would help me find the base numbers. please help i have eleven questions that need answers.