What should be the value of the fourth column?
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Originally Posted by Mukilab What should be the value of the fourth column? Write a system of equations using each Blue and Red as a variables and the 2nd and 3rd columns. Then use the first column to find yellow. Then the final answer is
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet Write a system of equations using each Blue and Red as a variables and the 2nd and 3rd columns. Then use the first column to find yellow. Then the final answer is That's exactly what I did but I ended up scrawling all over my notepad. I'll try again and see if I get your answer.
Originally Posted by Mukilab What should be the value of the fourth column? call red is R, yellow is Y and blue is B so on the first column we have second column we have last column we have so you have then you can find R, B, and Y by yourself. try this and talk your answer.
Sorry, I don't know how I got muddled up. I think it's because i named them a, b and c then got a mixed with c and so on... Anyways I got Y+2=R 39-3Y=B SUB INTO: R+2Y+B=? Y+2+2Y+39-3Y 41=? Thanks
Hello, Mukilab! What should be the value of the fourth column? We have a system of equations: . . Solution: . Columkn 4: .
Originally Posted by Mukilab Sorry, I don't know how I got muddled up. I think it's because i named them a, b and c then got a mixed with c and so on... Anyways I got Y+2=R 39-3Y=B SUB INTO: R+2Y+B=? Y+2+2Y+39-3Y 41=? Thanks Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, Mukilab! We have a system of equations: . . Solution: . Columkn 4: . Sorry for the misunderstanding, I thought my previous post showed I got it. Thanks for the contribution though!
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