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Since we're dealing with two INTEGERS, there are only four possible cases where the product is 10 case 1: The numbers are 1 and 10, in which case the mean = (1 + 10)/2 = 5.5 case 2: The numbers are 2 and 5, in which case the mean = (2 + 5)/2 = 3.5 case 3: The numbers are -1 and -10, in which case the mean = (-1 + -10)/2 = -5.5 case 4: The numbers are -2 and -5, in which case the mean = (-5 + -2)/2 = -3.5

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The factors of 10 are 1,2,5,10. so the mean of 2 numbers are - (1+10)/2 = 5.5, (-1-10)/2 = -5.5 ( for 1 and 11) similarly, for 2 and 5 it is , 3.5 and -3.5

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