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x/y = 9 = quotient

x - y = 56 = difference

x = 9y

and x = 56 + y

therefore

9y = 56 + y

and

9y - y = 56

so

8y = 56

therefore

y = 56/8 = 7

and

x =9y = 9x7 = 63

so

x = 63 and y = 7

your two numbers are 63 and 7.

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