Apples 3

Julka has 5 apples more than Hugo and four apples less than Annie. Hugo has 17 apples. How many apples has Julka and how Annie?

Result

J =  22
A =  26

Solution:


J = 5+H
J = A-4
H = 17

H-J = -5
A-J = 4
H = 17

A = 26
H = 17
J = 22

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