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If x/600 = y/300, is y equal to 1,000? (1) x + y = 3,000 (2)

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If x/600 = y/300, is y equal to 1,000?

(1) x + y = 3,000
(2) 3x = 6,000

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07 Feb 2005, 08:23
D it is both statements give values for y.
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