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Vladimir builds 3 legged stools and 4 legged tables. Last month he used 72 legs to build 3 more stools than tables. How many stools and how many tables did he build?

  • mATHS - ,

    Take away the legs of the 3 extra stools, which leaves us with 72-9=63 legs for equal number of stools and tables.
    Divide 63 by the total number of legs of one of one set (7 legs for 1 table and 1 stool), we have 63/7=9 sets.
    So he made 9 tables and 12 stools.

  • mATHS - ,

    I have no idea!

  • mATHS - ,

    12stools, 9 tables😆

  • mATHS - ,

    14 tabls 9 stols

  • mATHS - ,

    15 tables 4 stools all up

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