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dan,fran,stan have a total of 194 trading cards. Fran has 24 more cards than dan but 35 fewer than stan how many cards does each have

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    Let x = Fran's cards, then Dan's = x-24 and Stan's = x+35.

    x + (x-24) + (x+35) = 194

    Solve for x, then x-24 and x+35.

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