Riddle #559

Question: Sum Sam and Product Pete are in class when their teacher gives Sam the Sum of two numbers and Pete the product of the same two numbers (these numbers are greater than or equal to 2). They must figure out the two numbers.

Sam: I don't know what the numbers are Pete.
Pete: I knew you didn't know the numbers... But neither do I.
Sam: In that case, I do know the numbers.

What are the numbers?

Riddle Discussion

By: emiled108 on 20/3/16

This riddle is wrong, what if the numbers were 8 and 9..., to make it work you should precise "numbers between 1 and 6"

By: TeeMonster on 13/2/15

The answer can be 2 and 6 as well?

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