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Let one of the integers be x.

The difference between the two integers is 36.

The other integer = x – 36.

According to the given condition,

x = 4 (x – 36) (Transposing x – 36 to RHS)

x = 4x – 144 (Removing bracket)

x – 4x = -144 (Transposing 4x to LHS)

-3x = -144

x = (Transposing – 3 to RHS)

x = 48

The two integers are

x = 48

x – 36 = 48 – 36 = 12

The two positive integers are 12 and 48.

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