1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2 positive numbers , x and y, are such that the sum of their squares is 10 times their sum. a. write an equation to link x and y b. If y is the larger number and the difference is 6 show that x satisfies the equation x2-4x-12=0 c. solve the equation and fin the 2 positive numbers x and y 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Part a. This is where I think I may be wrong 10x+10y=x2+y2 Part b. y= x+6, substitute in above formula, but I can't get the same quadratic equation as the question. Part c. I can do this ok.