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you need another equation
x+y=1
means the men and women add up to the total population

x = the number of men in fractionville and
y = the number of women in fractionville

how can x + y = 1 though?

but how is x the fraction of- okay I kinda see, but explain how i get my x and y definitions?

@JunkieJim is correct

i just dont understand it though shouldnt
x + y = P (population)?

which of course is the same fraction as 3/4 y

what you said makes sense Phi, I'm just wondering how i got my definitions for x and y

so are my definitions wrong, or are they right but do not help me advance with the problem?

with asnaseers way, we get m = 9/17p, so how could I use that to get the answer?

2m/3 are married

you can only find m/p (a fraction)

so 2/3 * 9/17 gives us ?

now I'm confused again

the fraction married

but we already knew the fraction married 2/3

i have a feeling i sound pretty stupid right now to you guys

double it (we have to count the women)

so 2/3 * 9/17 * 2?

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yeah lol, my math teacher couldnt even get this today in class

try and be gentle on him - after all - he is also human :)

good luck my friend...

thanks for your help, have you ever heard of mathcounts?

no - what are they?

you too