Savings 2

Jozef and Michael saved 46 euros together. Michael saved 22 euros more than Jozef. How much did save each of them?

Result

j =  12
m =  34

Solution:

j+m=46
m=22+j

j+m = 46
j-m = -22

j = 12
m = 34

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