# One number is four times another. the larger number is also 87 more than the smaller number. How do you find the numbers?

29 and 116

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Let's call the smaller number ( x ) and the larger number ( y ).

According to the problem, we have two equations:

- ( y = 4x )
- ( y = x + 87 )

Substitute the value of ( y ) from the first equation into the second equation: ( 4x = x + 87 )

Now, solve for ( x ): ( 3x = 87 ) ( x = 29 )

Now, substitute the value of ( x ) back into the first equation to find ( y ): ( y = 4(29) ) ( y = 116 )

So, the smaller number is 29 and the larger number is 116.

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