IV.

The product of two integers is -160. If one of them is 20, find the other

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The product of two integers is -160. If one of them is 20, find the other

IV.

The product of two integers is -160. If one of them is 20, find the other

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❍ Let’s Consider the Second no. be.

xGiventhat,-160. If one of them is20.Then,[tex]\qquad \qquad \underline {\sf { \implies Equation = x \times 20 = -160 }}\\\\[/tex]

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀[tex]\underline {\frak{\star\:Now \: By \: Solving \: the \: \: Value\:of\:x \::}}\\[/tex]

[tex]:\implies \sf { x \times 20 = – 160 }\\\\\\:\implies \sf{ x = \cancel {\dfrac{-160}{20}}}\\\\\\\underline {\boxed{\pink{ \mathrm { x = -8\: }}}}\:\bf{\bigstar}\\[/tex]

Therefore,

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀[tex]\therefore {\underline{ \mathrm { Hence,\:The \:Second \:number\:is\:\bf{-8\: }}}}\\[/tex]

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VERIFICATION:As,Weknowthat,[tex]\qquad \qquad \underline {\sf { \implies Equation = x \times 20 = -160 }}\\\\[/tex]

Where,

-8⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀[tex]\underline {\frak{\star\:Now \: By \: Substituting \: the \: Found \: Values \::}}\\[/tex]

[tex]:\implies \sf { x \times 20 = – 160 }\\\\\\:\implies \sf{ -8 \times 20 = -160}\\\\\\\underline {\boxed{\pink{ \mathrm { -160 = -160\: }}}}\:\bf{\bigstar}\\[/tex]

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀[tex]\therefore {\underline {\bf{ Hence, \:Verified \:}}}\\[/tex]

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Answer:x = -8

Step-by-step explanation:Let the other number be ‘x’

product of x and 20 is -160

(x) × 20 = -160

x = -160/20

x = -8

Hope this helps you