Aunt Rose

Aunt Rose gave $2500 to Mani and Cindy. Mani received $500 more than Cindy. How mich did Cindy received?

Correct result:

C =  1000

Solution:

 M+C=2500 M=500+C  C+M=2500 CM=500  C=1000 M=1500



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