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dkrall

  • one year ago

Jack and jill compared their results on their last math test. Jack had 40 correct answers and Jill had 50 correct answers. there were 32 questions that both had correct and 6 they both had wrong. How many questions were on the test?

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  1. izziewoods
    • one year ago
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    Hi=) First, subtract 32 from each Jack (40) and Jill (50). Then add the two, and add 6 and 32 together. Lastly, add the last two numbers then what do you get?

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