anonymous
  • anonymous
There are three times as many women in a GED class as there are men. When the number of women is decreased by two, the result is the same as when the num ber of men is increased by ten. Find the number of men and women in the class.
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  • katieb
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johnweldon1993
  • johnweldon1993
hmm looks like a little system of equations there are 3 times as many women as men W = 3m when W is decreased by 2....the result is the same as when the number of men is increased by 10 W - 2 = M + 10 can you solve for 'W' and 'M' ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
YUp thanks. let me try

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