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the difference between the prices of two bikes is \$18.the sum of the prices is \$258.how much does each bike cost?

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Let x = the cheaper price.

x + x + 18 = 258

Can you finish this problem?

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CAN YOU DO THE REST/NEXT ANSWER

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Sorry but I don't get this. But I think the answer is 138 and 120

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