Football season

Dalibor and Adam together scored 97 goals in the season. Adam scored 9 goals more than Dalibor. How many goals scored each?

Result

A =  53
D =  44

Solution:

D+A=97
A = 9+D

A+D = 97
A-D = 9

A = 53
D = 44

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