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On a recent shopping trip, maggie and joe selected a dress for maggie and a shirt and a pair of slacks for joe. The total cost of the three items was 160. On the way home from shopping, Maggie said teasingly to joe," if you had'nt bought a new shirt, there would have been exactly enough money for me to buy that new hat I liked, since that hat and your new shirt cost the same much as the amount. But then, of course, the amount spent on me would have been 10 more than twice as much as the amount that would have been spent on your slacks. As it was, the cost of my dress minus the cost of your sla

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    this is a problem using systems in algebra 2.

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