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Something plus something equals 97


You have many combinations of whole numbers that answers your question.
1 + 96
2 + 95
3 + 94

etc, etc.
or --

x + y = 97



There are 48 pairs of numbers that sum to 97. Do you have another constraint that would identify the unique answer you might be seeking?

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