8th grade
posted by Scott .
I know the answer but how do i get my starting line ? Vancover recivers 3 times the amount of snow as toyko does together they recive 80 cm i can see that vancover will be 60 cm and toyko 20 cm but i do not know how to do it weird eh ?

Let x equal the amount of snow that Tokyo gets.
x + 3x = 80
4x = 80
x = 20
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