Posted by **Jenna** on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 3:11pm.

Scoring in Golf. A golfer played 8 rounds on a tournament

course with the following scores (par is the expected score for a round; negative numbers represent the number of strokes under par for the round,

and positive numbers represent the number of strokes over par for the round): +5, -2, +3, -1, -3, +6, +2, -7

The golfer played 2 more rounds, ending with an even par total for the 10 rounds. Her score for the last round was 7 more than her score on the next-to-last round. What scores did the golfer have on the last two rounds?

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