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a tearcher spent $64 buying two types of games. one type cost $12 each and the other $14 each. how many of the $12 games did she bye?

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  1. GT
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    Let us say she bought T of the $12 one and F of the $14 one. Equation says 12T + 14F = 64.

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  2. shivamsinha
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    3

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  3. GT
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    Need more information to solve this problem because you can't solve two variables with a single equation.

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  4. shivamsinha
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    na u can

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  5. shivamsinha
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    with the above equation only one logical possiblities is possible!!

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  6. GT
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    Oh sure....but, that is the "second equation". You can guess about it. But, it is the second equation.

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  7. shivamsinha
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    try putting some values less than 5

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  8. GT
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    Trying random guesses is not same as solving. In this case, you need a second equation.

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  9. shivamsinha
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    @GT see t<5 f<5 itz obvious as 12*5=60 14*5=70

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  10. shivamsinha
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    fr such ques. u 've 2 substitute logical possiblities

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  11. GT
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    It appears to me that you are trying to convince me as opposed to teaching/answering the original poster.

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  12. shivamsinha
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    see such questions ...should be answered logical way ...*no offence!!

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  13. shivamsinha
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    and in fact it is easy to find!!

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  14. GT
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    I understand. And, you are a smart dude.

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  15. shivamsinha
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    lol ....thanks ... and was dat out of sarcasm ... ;) * jk!!

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  16. GT
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    No. I know you are. The point is to explain and teach the person who actually posted the question. Or, in worst case offer an answer to that person.

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