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# Math Solution

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Among 4 numbers, multiplication of first two numbers is 6272 and multiplication of last two numbers is 2550, and 3rd number equal to subtraction of first and second number. What are those 4 numbers?

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01 Dec 2017, 07:57
TarikulIslam wrote:
Among 4 numbers, multiplication of first two numbers is 6272 and multiplication of last two numbers is 2550, and 3rd number equal to subtraction of first and second number. What are those 4 numbers?

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