Raspberries

Dano had 20 raspberries. John had 90% more raspberries than Dano. Determine how many raspberries have Dano and Juraj together.

Correct result:

x =  58

Solution:

d=20 j=1.9 d=1.9 20=38 x=j+d=38+20=58



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