# Fruit equation

Find how many peaches could be bought instead of buying one melon, one pear, one apple and two plums if

we know that:

• Melon and plum cost the same as three apples

• if we subtract the price of a pear from the price of peach, we get the price of plum

• Two peaches and one pear stand together just like a melon and an apple

• Apple and pear stand together just like plum and peach together.

we know that:

• Melon and plum cost the same as three apples

• if we subtract the price of a pear from the price of peach, we get the price of plum

• Two peaches and one pear stand together just like a melon and an apple

• Apple and pear stand together just like plum and peach together.

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