# Football match 4

In a football match with the Italy lost 3 goals with Germans. Totally fell 5 goals in the match. Determine the number of goals of Italy and Germany.

Result

N =  4
T =  1

#### Solution:

T=N-3
T+N=5

N-T = 3
N+T = 5

N = 4
T = 1

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