Homework

Mother and Kate together weigh 24.5 kg more than the father. Father weighs 7.6 kg more than mother. Father weight 44.8 kg more than Kate. Determine weights of father mother and Kate.

Result

k =  32.1
m =  69.3
o =  76.9

Solution:

m+k=o+24.5
o = m + 7.6
o = k + 44.8

k+m-o = 24.5
m-o = -7.6
k-o = -44.8

k = 32110 = 32.1
m = 69310 = 69.3
o = 76910 = 76.9

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