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Posted by **joel needs help urgently** on Monday, September 24, 2012 at 8:13am.

2. 1/4 of the amount of water in a small fish tank is equal to 1/2 a pail. If the tank contains 9litres more water than the pail,what is the capacity of the pail?

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**Steve**, Monday, September 24, 2012 at 10:24amJ -3/7 J = M - 1/3 M

or

4/7 J = 2/3 M

also,

J = M - 408

Hmmm. I get a negative for J and M.

However, if the problem is revised to read J had $408 more than M, then

J = 2856, M = 2448, and M had 816 left

t/4 = p/2

t = p+9

tank = 18 pail = 9

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