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Marcia can make 5 candles in an hour. Kevin can make only 4 candles in an hour, but he already has 7 completed candles. Explain to Marcia how she can use a system of equations to determine when she will have the same number of candles as Kevin. Use complete sentences

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    M(Marcia)= 5h (5 candles per hour) K (Kevin)= 4h +7 (4 candles per hour plus 7 completed) M=5h K=4h+7 So when will she have the same number as Kevin? When M=K So 5h = 4h+7 -4h -4h h = 7 Sooooooooo 7 hours

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