Posted by **sherry** on Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 1:06pm.

Select the set of equtions that represents the following equation.The sum of two numbers is 38, and their difference is 26 more than the smaller number what are the two numbers?

a.)x+y=38;y-x=x+26

b.)2x=38;61=x+26

2y=38;61=x-26

x+y=38;x-y=26-x

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