Larry bought an equal number of oranges and mangoes. The oranges were sold at 3 for $2. The mangoes were sold at 4 for $3. He paid $5 more for the mangoes than for the oranges. How much money did he pay in all?

Ticon6 Jan 14, 2022

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o = m

o / 3 * 2 = cost of oranges

m / 4 * 3 = cost of mangoes

o/3 *2 +5 = m/4 *3 remember o = m

m/3 * 2 + 5 = m/4 * 3

m = 60 AND o = 60 then o cost = 40 and m cost = 45 total 85 dollars

ElectricPavlov Jan 14, 2022