posted by RandomMan

For their first 60 games the Robins had a record of 28 wins and 32 losses. How many of their next 90 games must they win if their total record is to show twice as many wins as losses?

1. Ms. Sue

The Robins need to win 100 games to have twice as many wins as losses.

They have 28 wins so they need 72 more wins.

2. RandomMan

Yes! Got it right.

3. RandomMan

Thanks as well.

4. Ms. Sue

You're welcome.

I hope you understand how I got the answer.

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