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Mama split 760 dollars Jane, Dane and Eva as follows: Jane got three times more than Dane and Dane and got 40 more than Eva. How much does get each of them?

Result

j =  0
d =  0
e =  0

Solution:



The count of variables 2 (d,j) is different from the number of equations 3.

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