# Candies

If Alena give Lenka 3 candy will still have 1 more candy. If Lenka give Alena 1 candy Alena will hame twice more than Lenka. How many candies have each of them?

**Result****Leave us a comment of this math problem and its solution (i.e. if it is still somewhat unclear...):**

**Showing 0 comments:**

**Be the first to comment!**

Tips to related online calculators

Do you have a system of equations and looking for calculator system of linear equations?

#### Following knowledge from mathematics are needed to solve this word math problem:

## Next similar math problems:

- Antennas

If you give me two antennas will be same. If you give me again your two antenna I have a 5× so many than you. How many antennas have both mans? - Legs

Cancer has 5 pairs of legs. The insect has 6 legs. 60 animals have a total of 500 legs. How much more are cancers than insects? - Guppies for sale

Paul had a bowl of guppies for sale. Four customers were milling around the store. 1. Rod told paul - I'll take half the guppies in the bowl, plus had a guppy. 2. Heather said - I'll take half of what you have, plus half a guppy. The third customer, Na - Three workshops

There are 2743 people working in three workshops. In the second workshop works 140 people more than in the first and in third works 4.2 times more than the second one. How many people work in each workshop? - Equations

Solve following system of equations: 6(x+7)+4(y-5)=12 2(x+y)-3(-2x+4y)=-44 - Equations - simple

Solve system of linear equations: x-2y=6 3x+2y=4 - Hotel rooms

In the 45 rooms, there were 169 guests, some rooms were three-bedrooms and some five-bedrooms. How many rooms were? - Three friends

The three friends spent 600 KC in a teahouse. Thomas paid twice as much as Paul. Paul a half less than Zdeněk. How many each paid? - Two equations

Solve equations (use adding and subtracting of linear equations): -4x+11y=5 6x-11y=-5 - Theorem prove

We want to prove the sentence: If the natural number n is divisible by six, then n is divisible by three. From what assumption we started? - Mushrooms

Eva and Jane collected 114 mushrooms together. Eve found twice as much as Jane. How many mushrooms found each of them? - Linsys2

Solve two equations with two unknowns: 400x+120y=147.2 350x+200y=144 - Linear system

Solve a set of two equations of two unknowns: 1.5x+1.2y=0.6 0.8x-0.2y=2 - The dormitory

The dormitory accommodates 150 pupils in 42 rooms, some of which are triple and some are quadruple. Determine how many rooms are triple and how many quadruples. - Elimination method

Solve system of linear equations by elimination method: 5/2x + 3/5y= 4/15 1/2x + 2/5y= 2/15 - Linear system

Solve this linear system (two linear equations with two unknowns): x+y =36 19x+22y=720 - Trees

Along the road were planted 250 trees of two types. Cherry for 60 CZK apiece and apple 50 CZK apiece. The entire plantation cost 12,800 CZK. How many was cherries and apples?