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Posted by **Caroline** on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 3:14am.

I tried 3s+2s - 48-4 = 50

5s - 44 -44 = 50 - 44

am I on the right track ???

- MAth -
**Bosnian**, Saturday, April 16, 2011 at 6:09amIF 50=3(s=16)- 2(s-2) mean:

50=3*(s-16)-2*(s-2) then:

50=3*(s-16)-2*(s-2)

50=(3*s-3*16)-(2*s-2*2)

50=(3s-48)-(2s-4)

50=3s-48-2s+4

50+48-4=3s-s

94=s

s=94

Proof:

3*(94-16)-2*(94-2)=3*78-2*92=234-184=50

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