Tulips and daffodils

Two hundred twenty tulips and daffodils are planted in the flowerbed. One-third of all tulips and one-sixth of all daffodils equals the number of all tulips. How many tulips and how many daffodils?

Correct answer:

n =  176
t =  44

Step-by-step explanation:


t+n = 220
t/3 + n/6 = t

n+t = 220
n-4t = 0

n = 176
t = 44

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