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1.Which system of equations represents this situation? Let d be the number of toy cars that Dan has and let j be the number of toy cars that Jacob has.

2.how many toy cars does Jacob have?

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  2. d+j=210j=2+d

    d+j=210j=2d

    d+j=210d=2+j

    d+j=210d=2j

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