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Peter, Jane and Thomas have together € 550. Tomas has 20 euros more than Jane, Peter € 150 less than Thomas. Determine how much has each of them.

Result

P =  90
J =  220
T =  240

Solution:


P+J+T=550
T = 20+J
P = T - 150

J+P+T = 550
J-T = -20
P-T = -150

J = 220
P = 90
T = 240

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