# Math

Jordon had \$208.40 & Sandy had \$150.20 at 1st. They each spent an equal amount of money at the shop. After that, Jordan had 4 times as much money left as Sandy. How much money did each of them spend?

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1. 208.40 - x = 4 (150.20 - x)

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