# Math

Quinzel and Joseph sell shoes. Last month Quinzel sold 18 less pairs of shoes than Joseph. Together they sold 52 pairs. How many pairs of shoes did Quinzel sell?

I should be able to figure out the rest, I just need help with the first steps again to get it set up and I should be able to solve the rest:)

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Ms. Sue
2. Yes, same logic as the last one. Please go back there.

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Damon
3. Im guessing same concept as the previous problem...?

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4. YES !!!!!!

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Damon
5. Go back there and get it right.

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Damon
6. I got Q=17

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7. Right!!!! :-)

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