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# Equation

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Hello everybody i have to solve this problem for tomerow , can u please help me ? Here is the problem:
A pound of apples costs 5p more than a pound of pears the cost of 5 pounds of apples and 3pounds of pears is £4.65 write down an equation in terms of an unknown value (x) then solve it to find the cost of one pound of pears

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14 Nov 2017, 08:39
Santia wrote:
Hello everybody i have to solve this problem for tomerow , can u please help me ? Here is the problem:
A pound of apples costs 5p more than a pound of pears the cost of 5 pounds of apples and 3pounds of pears is £4.65 write down an equation in terms of an unknown value (x) then solve it to find the cost of one pound of pears

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