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anonymous

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14w+4w+15w=99

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    All the w can be summed together. Think of it as putting 14w's in a box, then adding 4 more w's, then 15 more w's. How many w's are in the box? 14 + 4 + 15 which equals 33 w's. If 33 w's equals 99 how much is each w by itself? Divide 99 by the total number of w's and the result is 3.

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    thanks again i have more questions cause im not all that good in math

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