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ok so can you help me with algebra word problems?
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how do i write this out... The sum of three numbers is 50.The second number is threee times the first number,and the third number is twice the second number. What are the numbers?
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we do not have a statement about the first number, so we will call it x
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x=2?
x=20 i mean
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finish it please
why do you have 10x =5 shouldnt it be 50? if it is... X=5
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your drawing is cut off
2nd number is 3x 3(5)=15 3rd number is 2(3x) 2(3)(5)=30 1st number is 5 15+5+30=50 works

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