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If one integer is x the other is 2x, so 1/x+1/(2x)=3/10.

Multiply through by 10x: 10+5=3x and 3x=15 making x=5, so the two integers are 5 and 10.

Another way to solve this is to add 1/x and 1/(2x)=3/(2x)=3/10. The 3s cancel: 1/2x=1/10 so 2x=10 and x=5. The other integer is 10.

answered Jun 12 by Rod Top Rated User (545,980 points)

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