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 Jan1 awarded Famous Question Sep20 awarded Notable Question May7 awarded Popular Question Jan30 awarded Self-Learner Jan30 awarded Teacher Jan30 answered Factorization problem Jan30 revised Factorization problem deleted 249 characters in body Jan30 revised Factorization problem added 4 characters in body Jan30 comment Factorization problem I figured out how to complete my own answer only after the three answers below had already been submitted, so I didn't know if I should have presented it as a comment, as a brand new answer, or like an edit. Jan30 accepted Factorization problem Jan30 revised Factorization problem added 247 characters in body Jan30 comment Factorization problem The roots would be $10$ and $6$ actually, which have sum of 16. You can also check that by substituting $k=4$ in $m+n = 4k$. But your reasoning was the important part and it was great, thx! It actually helped me complete mine. Jan30 comment Factorization problem Those were some pretty awesome tricks you used there :) Jan29 asked Factorization problem Jan29 accepted Second solution for search of negative roots Jan29 revised Second solution for search of negative roots deleted 1 characters in body Jan29 comment Second solution for search of negative roots @Deven: You're right, I probably should've chosen a better word, even because I didn't really test anything. Jan29 comment Second solution for search of negative roots Yeah, Robert, I can. I put it that way because the question bothers only about the negative roots. Jan29 comment Second solution for search of negative roots I don't think so. I'm reading your link at the moment, though. What you got? Jan29 awarded Editor