Let's say the smaller of the two numbers is x. The larger of the two must be x + 22. So, x + x + 22 = 2x + 22 = 84. Subtract 22 from both sides to get 2x = 62. Divided by 2 to get x = 31. So the two numbers are 31 and 31 + 22 = 53.

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Let's say the smaller of the two numbers is x. The larger of the two must be x + 22. So, x + x + 22 = 2x + 22 = 84. Subtract 22 from both sides to get 2x = 62. Divided by 2 to get x = 31. So the two numbers are 31 and 31 + 22 = 53.

Same way you do when the sides are integers. For example, if the three sides are 3/4, 1 1/2. and 3 1/2, convert the mixed numbers to improper fractions, multiply all numerators, multiply all denominators, and convert your answer to a mixed number (if greater than 1) in lowest terms...

You could try the quadratic formula... -b +/- SQRT (b^2 - 4ac) ------------------------------ 2a -99 +/- SQRT (99^2 - 4*1*(-3870)) --------------------------------------------- ...

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