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Jim had 92 more marbles than Sam. After Sam gave Jim 18 marbles, Jim had twice as many marbles as Sam. How many marbles did Jim have at first?

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  1. j+18 = 2(j-92-18)

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    posted by Steve
  2. Could you please check?

    j+18 = 2(j-92-18)
    j=128
    Checking

    128+18= 2*128-110
    146= 36 ???? it does not make sense

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    posted by Phillip

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