A shop offered a special on socks and handkerchiefs for Father's Day. For k50 you could buy 7 pair of socks and 3 boxes of handkerchiefs or for K24 you could buy 3 pair of socks and 2 boxes of handkerchiefs. A. From a pair of simultaneous equations for the given information. B. Solve your equation to find the cost of a pair of socks

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  1. just look at the information given:

    7s+3h = 50
    3s+2h = 24

    now you take over...

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  2. Pls help to solve the problem above

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