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The integers x and y are greater than 1. If (4x)(7y) = 756,

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The integers x and y are greater than 1. If \((4x)(7y) = 756\), what is the value of \(x + y\) ?


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Explanation

You can solve the given equation, (4x)(7y) = 756, for the product xy:

\((4x)(7y)=756\)
\(28xy = 756\)
\(xy =27\)


Using the prime factorization 3 and 9 are the only two integers greater than 1 whose product is 27. So x + y = 12, and the correct answer is 12.
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