# Box of chocolates

In a box of chocolates was 16 candies.

Christopher and Luke they were distributed:

a) Christopher had about 4 candies over Luke,

b) Christopher had about 6 candies less than Luke,

c) Christopher had 3 times more sweet than Luke.

How many had each boy candies?

Christopher and Luke they were distributed:

a) Christopher had about 4 candies over Luke,

b) Christopher had about 6 candies less than Luke,

c) Christopher had 3 times more sweet than Luke.

How many had each boy candies?

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