# Using the below 5 clues, what four integers am I thinking of?

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Using the below 5 clues, what four integers am I thinking of?

The lowest integer divided by the second-lowest is the highest.

Only one integer is positive.

They are all single-digited.

The sum of all the numbers is -7.

The second highest number is not a negative.

posted Jul 22, 2015

The integers are 5,0,-2,-10

Ans is : -6,-3,0,2

Clues:
1) -6/-3=2
2) 2 is Positive
3) All are single digited
4) -6-3+0+2=-7
5)Second highest number is 0 hence not a negative

all clues checked and
find corrected.

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I am thinking of a five digit number such that:
First and last digits are same, their submission is an even number and multiplication is an odd number and is equal to the fourth number. Subtract five from it and we obtain the second number. Then divide into exact half nd we get 3rd number.

What number I am thinking of?