# algebra

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brad wants to buy flowers for his friend with 27 \$ . the daises are \$1 each and the roses are \$3 each. he buys 3 more daises then roses. how much did the roses cost?

• algebra -

D - R = 3

Therefore, D = R + 3

D + 3R = 27

R + 3 + 3R = 27

4R = 24

You should be able to take it from here.

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