Find two numbers whos sum is 10 and 1/6 of whose sum is 11?



Answers:
The two equations are:

x - y = 10
1/6 (x+y) = 11, or (x+y) = 66

If you add the two equations and solve for x, then x = 38. Therefore, y = 28.

The two numbers are 28 and 38.
the question isn't correct, are you sure both are "sum"? or the sum or the digits?
the two nos are.38 & 28
they are 38 and 28.
that must be that new math! 38 and 28! I think.

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