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Richard invited 6 friends to go skating. Of those 6 friends, there are twice as many boys as girls. How many girls were invited to go skating?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


  • MATH -

    g and (6-g)

    6 - g = 2 g

    6 = 2 g + g

    3 g = 6

    g = 2

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