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Please help...I just can't figure it out..
Amanda, Belinda and mary share 9x packets of beads. Amanda gets x packets more than Belinda. mary gets 6 packets more than Belinda.
(a) how many packets does belinda get in terms of x?
(b) if amanda gets 3 packets more than belinda, how many packets does belinda get?
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