Posted by **Megan** on Friday, April 18, 2008 at 6:07pm.

Can someone tell me how to solve my problem? Do I just start plugging in numbers or is there some rational to figure this out?

Sum of three numbers is -5. First, minus second, plus 4 times the third is -20. The third plus 4 times the first plus the second is -20.

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