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x + y = 4

y = 4 - x

Let the two integers be:

(x) and (4-x)

Find the difference to solve for x:

(x) - (x-4) = 16

In subtracting integers, change the sign of subtrahend or each term in the subtrahend, then proceed to addition rule.

x + (-4 + x) = 16

x + x - 4 = 16

2x = 16 + 4

2x = 20

2x/2 = 20/2

*x = 10*

Substitute 10 for x::

First integer: x =

**10**Second integer: 4 - x

= 4-10

=

**-6**

The two integers are

The two integers are

__10__and__-6__To check the sum:

10 + (-6) = 4

4 = 4

To check the difference:

10 - (- 6) = 16

10 + 6 = 16