It is given that the sum of a number, its square and its product with another equals 14. Whereas, when the same is done with the other number, that is the other number is squared, multiplied with the other number and finally these two are added to the number itself, it is equal to 28. You must note that none of these numbers can equal 0.

Now, find the sum of the two numbers taken. Suppose, they are \(x ,y\) find \(x+y\)

Note- the sum of the numbers is positive.

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