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A roadside vegetable stand sells pumpkins for $5 each and squash for $3 each. One day they sold six more squash then pumpkins and their sales totaled $98.00. Write a system of equations to find the number of pumpkins and squash they sold.

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    s = p + 6

    3 s + 5 p = 98

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