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    SAT Kaplan problem

    If 3x+2y, x+1=z and 3y-2z=8, what is the value for x?

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    I think there's something wrong with the question
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    Re: SAT Kaplan problem

    Quote Originally Posted by RK29 View Post
    If 3x+2y = ? , x+1=z and 3y-2z=8, what is the value for x?

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    Re: SAT Kaplan problem

    there's nothing there, i was right, question had mistake. Thanks for verification
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    Re: SAT Kaplan problem

    Quote Originally Posted by RK29 View Post
    If 3x+2y, x+1=z and 3y-2z=8, what is the value for x?
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    I think there's something wrong with the question
    Looks like 3x + 2y is a typo: should be 3x = 2y.
    Then solving gives: x=4, y=6 and z=5.
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