# Math cars and SUVs

The number of cars is larger than the number of sport utility vehicles by 94.7%. The difference between the number of cars and the number of suv is 18. Find the number of suv

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1. Given: Cars = SUVs x (1 + 0.947)

Given: Cars – SUVs = 18

Thus, Cars = 18 + SUVs.

Substitute and obtain: 18 + SUVs = SUVs x (1 + 0.947), which gives
18 = 0.947 x SUVs

SUVs = 19

Cars = 37

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