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Hey! I'm back,

So, if you look at \((1001001)(1010101)+(989899)(1001001)\),

You can see that both share a commom 1001001

This means we can factor out the 1001001:

\(1001001(1010101+989899) \)

You can easily tell the number in the paranthesis is 2000000.

The same goes with\( -(1001)(989899)-(1010101)(1001)\)

We can factor out the -1001:

\(-1001(989899+1010101)\)

Once againg, we have very easy numbers we can do in our head:

\(-1001(2000000)\)

Combining those two expressions, we have:

\( 1001001(2000000)-1001(2000000)\)

Once again, we can factor out the 2000000

\(2000000(1001001-1001)\)

Finalizing, we have:

\(2000000\cdot{1000000}\)

The number we are looking for is 2000000000000, or 2 trillion.

So a, is 2, and b is 12

The ordered pair is (2,12)

GYanggg
Apr 22, 2018