# math

thirty-sit people are registered for an evening class. if twice as many men as women are registered for the class, how many men are registered?

1)24
2)18
3)12
4)6
5)not enought information

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1. m = 2w

m + w = 36
2w + w = 36
3w = 36
w = 12
then m = 24

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2. m= men
w = woman
(just to let you know) hehe

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