anonymous
  • anonymous
Joanne bought 3 baseball cards for $160. If the first card was as expensive as the combined price of the second and the third cards, and the second card cost $20 more than the third card, what is the price of the first card? A)80 B)50 C)100 D)60
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe it might be 80 or 100 but I am not sure
Hero
  • Hero
f = price of 1st card s = price of 2nd card t = price of 3rd card f + s + t = 160 f = s + t s = t + 20
anonymous
  • anonymous
Then it would be 80 correct? 80+50+30=160 80=50+30 50=30+20

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Correct

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