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Homework Help: Math Word Problem

Posted by Carmin on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 10:11pm.

An area, A, consisting of the sum of two squares is 1000. The side of one square is 10 less than 2/3 of the side of the other square. What are the sides of the squares?

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