# Two numbers

We have two numbers. Their sum is 140. One-fifth of the first number is equal to half the second number. Determine those unknown numbers.

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**Dr Math**

Please read again: One-fifth of the first number is equal to half the second .... 40/5 is not equal 100/2

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