Posted by **Joel** on Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 8:00pm.

Ann sells apples and Beth sells oranges. Today, half the number of apples than Ann sold was fifteen less than thrice as much the number of oranges that Beth sold.

I just want it to know; how do I convert it into an algebraic expression or equation? Is confusing and I don't get it. Can someone please help?

Hope this helps :)

1/2A=3o-15

Thanks! :-)

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