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Bottle with cork cost 8.8 Eur. The bottle is 0.8 euros more expensive than cork. How much is a bottle and the cork?

Result

bottle:  4.8 Eur
cork:  4 Eur

#### Solution:

x+y=8.8
x=y+0.8

x+y = 8.8
x-y = 0.8

x = 24/5 = 4.8
y = 4

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