Bricks II

3/4 bricks weighs 6 kg and 2/3 bricks. How weighs one whole brick?

Correct result:

x =  72 kg

Solution:


3/4x = 6+ 2/3 x

3/4•x = 6+ 2/3•x

x = 72

x = 72

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