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Matthew has 10 more than twice dollars than tony together they have 47 dollars how much money does each of them have

Pre-Algebra
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Lets say Matthew already has the 10 dollars and that they need to share the remaining 37 dollars
So you would divide 37 by 2 and that would give the amount tony has
Then add 10 dollars to give the amount that Matthew would have

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\[37\div2=$18.50\] is what tony has
So Tony has $18.50 and Matthew has $28.50
but when you add $28.50 & 18.50 the total is $47 they don't check out to be $37
so how would that work?
The $37 was the remaining money after Matthew already had $10
Nevermind I accidently confused the total...that was a my bad, but thank you I understood it now. (:
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