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one number exceeds another by 1. The sum of the number is 35. what are the numbers

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for problems like this, it is best to assign a variable (like 'x') to the unknown number. so, lets call the unknown number x. now, what will the other number be in terms of x?
remember the question says that the other number exceeds this one by 1.
17 and 18 are the numbers.Am I Right asnaseer?

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it is best to guide the asker of a question to the solution rather than just provide the answer directly.
Yes,u provided that.So I just used it and find the answer.
since you have provided the answer, you could at least explain to esther772 exactly how you got there.

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