anonymous
  • anonymous
Darwin’s age is 6 years greater than twice Fiona’s age. If Darwin is 50 years old, how many years old is Fiona?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think Fiona would be 38
retirEEd
  • retirEEd
That would make Darwin 82. He must have had a few birthdays recently.
FortyTheRapper
  • FortyTheRapper
Let's break it down one step at a time. It says Darwin is 6 years greater than TWICE Fiona's age. In order to get Fiona's age, we would have to work backwards. The opposite of multiplying is dividing, so start off by dividing by 50 by 2 Now that you got that answer, it says 6 years GREATER. So divide that by 6 by two. Got those two answers? Subtract the first answer you got and the second answer you got

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