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A family has two cars. The first car has a fuel efficiency of 35 miles per gallon of gas and the second has a fuel efficiency of 40 miles per gallon of gas. During one particular week, the two cars went a combined total of 2200 miles, for a total gas consumption of 60 gallons. How many gallons were consumed by each of the two cars that week?

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its a system of equations setup
t + f = 60 35t + 40f = 2200 something similar to this id say
might have the 60 and 2200 switched tho
you can go 35 miles for every t gallons you can go 40 miles for every f gallons its good ...

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