anonymous
  • anonymous
Find two consecutive negative integers whose product is 90.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
try 9 and 10
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you have an equation for that?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no. they are consecutive and their product is 90 you could try \[x(x+1)=90\] and solve for x if you like

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you get \[x^2+x-90=0\] and now to factor you are trying to find two numbers whose produce is -90 and whose sum is one, which is basically what the question asked to begin with

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