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?


x1 =  5
y1 =  52
x2 =  30
y2 =  20


32x+25y = 1460

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

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