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Posted by **Beth** on Thursday, September 18, 2008 at 6:58pm.

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**David Q**, Friday, September 19, 2008 at 3:08pmSuppose there are P stamps in Doug's first book. Then there are (P+30) stamps in his second book. The total number of stamps in his collection is 170, and his collection equals the number of stamps in the first book plus the number in the second book. So P + (P+30) = 170, which means that 2xP + 30 = 170, so 2xP = 170-30 = 140. If 2xP = 140, then P = 140/2 = 70. This is the number in his first book, so he's got 70+30=100 stamps in his second book. Check the answer: 70+100=170, and 100 is 30 more than 70. Correct!

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