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a farmer grows corn, tomatoes, and sunflowers on a 320 acre farm. this year the farmer wants to plant twice as many acres of tomatoes as sunflowers. The farmer also wants to plant 40 more acres of corn than of tomatoes. How many acres of of each crop should the farmer plant?

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    Let s = acres of sunflowers

    s + 2s + 2s + 40 = 320

    5s = 280

    s = 56

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