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Homework Help: Math(Algebra)

Posted by Lily on Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at 7:38pm.

How would you set this problem up and work it: The difference between two numbers is 16. Three times the larger number is seven times the smaller. What are the numbers?

This one also: The differnce between two numbers is 18. The sum of twice the smaller number and three times the larger is 74. What are the numbers?

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