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Hi! I need some help with a problem in the packet I have to complete over the summer. Can anyone help?

at uncle joe's farm there are chickens and sheep. tommy counted the heads and got a total of 12 heads. then he counted feet and got a total of 38. can you figure out how many chickens and sheep there are?

If you can, thank you so much! It's a great help.

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    4 * 7 = 28
    2 * 5 = 10

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