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You don't say what r1 and r2 are, and I'm not clear on what reflection has to do with anything, nor how pass-by-reference is related to this. This sounds like a case where you've built yourself up a nice big hairy mudball in your brain!
I can answer what I think is the root question here. A Java method can only return one value -- one primitive or one object reference. If you need to return two numbers from a method, then you need to bundle them up together somehow. Return them as a two-element array, or define a class to hold them and return an instance of that.