Bottle with wine costs 58 USD. Wine is 27 USD more expensive than the empty bottle.

How much is the bottle itself?


x =  15.5 USD


Solution in text x =

x+y = 58
y = x+ 27

x+y = 58
x-y = -27

x = 31/2 = 15.5
y = 85/2 = 42.5

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