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The product of two consecutive numbers is 14 less than 10 times the smaller number. Find each number.
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To make it easier let just convert what you said into equations;
Let the two consecutive numbers to be (x) and (x+1), then;
(x) (x+1) = 10x - 14
x^2 + x = 10x - 14
x^2 - 9x + 14 = 0
(x - 7) (x - 2) = 0
x = 7 0r x = 2
then the two numbers would be (7 and 8) or (2 and 3)
I hope you got it from me :)
Try to repeat it again and try the solution with question head and see if it will satisfy it or not.
Good Luck :)

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You are welcome..thank you :)
I just hope you understood it...
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