math grade 6
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a carpainter made 20 pieces of furniture comprising of 74 legs. stool of 3 legs and chairs of 4 legs. How many chairs and stools did he make.

18 chairs and six stools

3 s + 4 c = 74
s+c=20 so s = (20c)
3(20c) + 4 c = 74
60 + c = 74
c = 14
s = 6 
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