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Homework Help: Math grade 9 and up

Posted by Xein on Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 9:11am.

let s and w represent positive integers where x,y satisfy x/s+y/w=1 and s/x+w/y=4, find x+y in terms of s and w

It's really hard even for the teachers it took them a while. So I I was wondering how to solve it

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