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 one year ago
"I am 3 times as old as Sue is," Frank said to Ann. "On the other hand, I am 15 years older than John while Sue is 1 year younger than John. How old am I?"
If J represents John's age, then which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem?
3J + 15 = 3J  1
3(J + 15) = J  1
J + 15 = 3J  1
J + 15 = 3(J  1)
 one year ago
"I am 3 times as old as Sue is," Frank said to Ann. "On the other hand, I am 15 years older than John while Sue is 1 year younger than John. How old am I?" If J represents John's age, then which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem? 3J + 15 = 3J  1 3(J + 15) = J  1 J + 15 = 3J  1 J + 15 = 3(J  1)

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Nikhil619
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1the fourth one.. left hand side is frank's and right ann's...

jonnymiller
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0if you are 15 years older that john then you are J+15, if you are 3 times older than sue who is 1 year younger than john that is 3J1
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