Daffodils 5846

There are 20 more tulips than daffodils in the garden. How many tulips bloom in the garden when there are 70 flowers.

Correct answer:

n =  25
t =  45

Step-by-step explanation:


t=20+n
t+n=70

n-t = -20
n+t = 70

Row 2 - Row 1 → Row 2
n-t = -20
2t = 90


t = 90/2 = 45
n = -20+t = -20+45 = 25

n = 25
t = 45

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