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Larry and his sister, Betty, are saving money to buy their own laptop computers. Larry has $215 and can save $35 each week. Betty has $380 and can save $20 each week, When will Larry and Betty have the same amount of money?

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    On the 11th week of Larry and 10th week of betty both will have $580

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