anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the missing numbers in the circles, so that the numbers in the squares are each equal to the sum of the two numbers in the circles on either side. Please see attached.
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anonymous
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ash2326
  • ash2326
we have 1st...a+b=8 2nd...b+c=9 3rd....a+c=10 subtract 2nd from third, we get a-b=1 a+b=8 add these we get 2a=9 a=4.5 a-b=1 so b=3.5 a+c=10 c=10-a c=10-4.5 c=5.5 a=4.5 b=3.5 c=5.5
anonymous
  • anonymous
7/2 8 9 9/2 10 11/2

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't understand
anonymous
  • anonymous
Just form the equations and solve as ash posted.
anonymous
  • anonymous
subtract second from third??????? dont get it
anonymous
  • anonymous
should I treat them as systems of equations???
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes that's right Chrissy.
phi
  • phi
This may be useful, if it makes sense to you.
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