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The sum of the sum and difference gives twice the larger number 14 + 4 = 18 → the larger number is 18 ÷ 2 = 9 The difference of the sum and the difference gives twice the smaller number 14 - 4 = 10 → the smaller number is 10 ÷ 2 = 5 → The two numbers are 9 and 5.
To get the product, multiply the first number by the second. To get the sum, add the second number to the first. To get the difference, subtract the smaller number from the larger.
If their difference is 25 then the larger number is the smaller number plus 25. Let the smaller number be x then the larger number is x + 25 → their sum is x + (x + 25) = 81 → 2x = 56 → x = 28 → the two numbers are 28 and 53.
The two numbers are 3 and 5 and so 5 is the larger number
Suppose x is the larger number Then the smaller number is x - 26 Their sum is x + (x - 26) which is 102 So 2x - 26 = 102 or 2x = 128 so that x = 64
The larger number is 12.
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The magnitude of the sum is the difference between the magnitudes of the two numbers. The sign of the sum is the sign of the number with the larger magnitude. (The "magnitude" of a number is just the size of the number without any sign.)
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