# Book

John read the book so that it read 30 pages per day. Maxim read 34 pages a day and read it two days earlier than John. How many pages has the book?

Result

n =  510

#### Solution:

$n=30 \cdot \ 2 \cdot \ 34 / (34-30) = 510$

n = 30 d
n = 34 ( d-2)

30d-n = 0
34d-n = 68

d = 17
n = 510

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