The sum of two positive numbers is 100. Let one of the numbers be x and express the product P of the two numbers as a function of x.

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  1. x = first number

    y = second number

    x + y = 100

    y = 100 - x

    P = x * y

    P = x * ( 100 - x )

    P = 100 x - x ^ 2

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