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# CBSE Class 11-science Answered

Find the integral values of two numbers such that their sum is 11 and the product is greater than 28.

Asked by Topperlearning User | 30 Apr, 2014, 11:02: AM Expert Answer

Let the numbers be x & y  4< x < 7

Integral values of x=5,6

Hence corresponding value of y= 6,5

So the solution is x=5, y=6 or x=6, y=5

Answered by | 30 Apr, 2014, 01:02: PM

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