In February 2011, site A had 134,078,229 unique visitors. This number of visitors was 51,604,954 less than the totalnumber of visitors to site B and site C. The number who visited site B was 42,826,223 more than the number whovisited site C. Find the number of visitors to sites B and C.aand to site C isIn February 2011, the number of visitors to site B is

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In February 2011, site A had 134,078,229 unique visitors. This number of visitors was 51,604,954 less than the total
number of visitors to site B and site C. The number who visited site B was 42,826,223 more than the number who
visited site C. Find the number of visitors to sites B and C.
a
and to site C is
In February 2011, the number of visitors to site B is
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In February 2011, site A had 134,078,229 unique visitors. This number of visitors was 51,604,954 less than the total number of visitors to site B and site C. The number who visited site B was 42,826,223 more than the number who visited site C. Find the number of visitors to sites B and C. a and to site C is In February 2011, the number of visitors to site B is

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The number of visitors of site A is 134,078,229. Let b and c denote the number of visitors...

1)
134078229 (b c)-51604954
(2)
b c42826223
(1)-(2)
134078229 b b-51604954 -42826223
134078229-b= b-94431177
2b 134078229 +94431177
228509406
b =
2
b 114254703
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1) 134078229 (b c)-51604954 (2) b c42826223 (1)-(2) 134078229 b b-51604954 -42826223 134078229-b= b-94431177 2b 134078229 +94431177 228509406 b = 2 b 114254703

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