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posted by Caroline .
50=3(s = 16) 2(s  2)
I tried 3s+2s  484 = 50
5s  44 44 = 50  44
am I on the right track ???

IF 50=3(s=16) 2(s2) mean:
50=3*(s16)2*(s2) then:
50=3*(s16)2*(s2)
50=(3*s3*16)(2*s2*2)
50=(3s48)(2s4)
50=3s482s+4
50+484=3ss
94=s
s=94
Proof:
3*(9416)2*(942)=3*782*92=234184=50
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