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The sum of 538 and 259 is 797. there are no two numbers among those given with a difference of 797.

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There are infinitely many pairs of numbers whose difference is equal to the sum of 538 and 259 (which is 797). One such pair is 420 and 1217. Another pair is 0 and 797.

It would be possible to find two numbers whose sum is 7, two others whose difference is 7,two others whose product is 7, and two others whose quotient is 7.But if you're looking for numbers that equal 7, then 7 is your only choice.

It's quite possible to find two numbers whose sum is 308, two others whose differenceis 308, two more whose product is 308, and another two whose quotient is 308.But if you're looking for numbers that equal 308, then your only choice is 308 .

There are an infinite number of groups of numbers whose sum, difference, product, quotient etc. is equal to 40 . But there are not four numbers that equal 40. In fact, there is only one number that equals 40. The number is . . . . . 40 .

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4 squared is 16, so any numbers that are 16 apart. For example 46-30=16

The two numbers whose sum is 58 and whose difference is 16 are 21 and 37.

If you're looking for two numbers whose difference is 152, there are an infinite number of solutions. Try 155 and 3.

The answer is 47-13=34

Consecutive numbers are whole numbers whose difference is 1.

2 and 1 .their sum is 3 .difference is 1

31 and 20

31 and 18

53 and 22..

40 and 12.

5 and 3 are two numbers less than 7, whose difference is 2.

-76 and 76 whose product is -5776.

37 and 21

28 and 36

6 & 4

29 and 36

22 and 26

19 and 34

20 & 3