Asked Sep 25, 2019

Create three equations from the stated problem and then solve. The sum of three numbers is 14. The largest is 4 times the smallest and twice the largest is 18.


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Step 1

In the first equation:


The sum of three number is 14. Let the three number be x, y and z.


So, the first equation is x + y + z = 14 ……. (1)


Let the largest number is x and the smallest number is y, and the largest number is 4 times the smallest. So, the second equation ...

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