# Just Write Them In That Order

**Logic**Level 1

\[ \LARGE{\begin{eqnarray} \boxed{\phantom0}\boxed{\phantom0} \; &=& \; \boxed{\phantom0} \times \boxed{\phantom0} \\ \boxed{\phantom0} \boxed{\phantom0} \; &=& \; \boxed{\phantom0} \times \boxed{\phantom0} \\ \end{eqnarray}} \]

Is it possible to put one of the integers \(1, 2, \ldots , 8\) into each of the boxes, such that all of these numbers are used and both equations are true?

**Clarification**: Both the equations above represents a 2-digit integer that can be expressed as the product of two single digit integers.

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