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SOLUTION: How would you write out "The sum of two numbers is 14 and the sum of their squares is 100."
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Question 538680
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How would you write out "The sum of two numbers is 14 and the sum of their squares is 100."
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Mathpassionate(25)
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Assume A is the 1st number
Assume B is the 2nd number
Then,
"The sum of two numbers is 14" would be:
A + B = 14
And "the sum of their squares is 100" would be:
A^2 + B^2 = 100
If you have any questions, please let me know.