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Section Finite Mathematics and Applied Cal...

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Textbook Problem

In Exercises 31-38, translate the given statement into one or more linear equations in the form a x + b y = c using the indicated variable names. Do not try to solve the resulting equation(s).[HINT: See Example 7 and the end of section FAQ.]There are twice as many soccer fans ( x ) as footballs fans ( y ) .

To determine

The linear equation of the statement “There are twice as many soccer fans (x) as football fans (y)” in the form ax+by=c using the indicated variable names.

Explanation

Consider the provided statement, “There are twice as many soccer fans (x) as football fans (y)”.

Since x is the number of soccer fans and y is the number of football fans.

There are twice as many soccer fans (x) as football fans (y)

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