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Sandy decided to give one-fourth of her CDs to Jenn. Then she gives one-half of the remaining CDs to Bob. If she is left with 6 CDs,how many CDs did she have to begin with?

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  1. Let X be the original number of CDs owned.

    X - X/4 -(1/2)(3X/4) = 6

    3X/4 -3X/8 = 3X/8 = 6
    X = 16

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  2. Woah ^^ I'm confused. Please explaain

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  3. The answer was to Jessica.
    Algebra was used.

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