Can you split 34 parts into two parts such that 4/7 of one of the parts equals 2/5 of the other.
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Originally Posted by jeremyparker10 Can you split 34 parts into two parts such that 4/7 of one of the parts equals 2/5 of the other. I'm not exactly sure what you mean by parts... but from how I interpret it I would set up the following equations $\displaystyle x+y=34$ $\displaystyle \frac{4}{7}x=\frac{2}{5}y $ Can you solve that?
Ya,,,I can do this easily thats why I given you people this puzzle www.schooltrainer.com
What's the purpose of the link you supplied?
The 2 parts are 14 and 20. the link is meant to help guys who are having problem with their homeworks
Last edited by mr fantastic; Oct 20th 2009 at 06:29 PM. Reason: Removed link advertising commercial website
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