# Scouts

Scouts purchased for camp cans two types total cost 1460 CZK. First cans were for CZK 32 and second for 25 CZK. How many cans purchased each type?

Result

x1 =  5
y1 =  52
x2 =  30
y2 =  20

#### Solution:

32x+25y = 1460

x=5 y=52
x=30 y=20

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