anonymous
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please help with two questions and I will medal and fan
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@mathmale
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@Tommynaiter

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anonymous
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@Nizux
anonymous
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She starts off wrong. The first equations is supposed to be \[4n-2=30\] Try and solve n from here :)
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thanx sooo much
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^ |
anonymous
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can u help more @Tommynaiter?
anonymous
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So lets say Larry=L, and Jan=J, and Henry=H. So this give you the following information: Larry sold twice as many as Jon: \[L=2*J\]Henry sold 8 more than Jan: \[H=J+8\]And last Larry sold the same as Henry: \[J=H\] So you can set the equations equal to eachother. \[2*J=J+8\] This is the starting equation, which was made wrong :)
anonymous
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@Tommynaiter
anonymous
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I don't understand
anonymous
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The starting equation should be \[2J=J+8\] and now \[J+2=J+8\]
anonymous
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thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou
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You're welcome

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