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 07-28-2007 #1 slider591 Guest   Posts: n/a Can anybody figure out the anwser 2 this math problem? on friday Adrianne earned half as much as she did on thursday.On Saturday she earned twice as much on Thursday.If her total earnings on those three day was \$63, how much did she earn on each day?
 07-28-2007 #2 Deb S Guest   Posts: n/a Divide 63 by 3.5 = 18 + 9 + 3618 = Thursday9 = Friday36 = Saturday
 07-28-2007 #3 John T Guest   Posts: n/a T = money on thursdayt + .5t + 2t = \$633.5t = \$63t = \$18friday = 9 (1/2 t)saturday = 3618 + 9 + 36 = 63
 07-28-2007 #4 dewkisses02 Guest   Posts: n/a Just set up an equation like this.Thursday = xFriday = 1/2 xSaturday = 2xx + 1/2x+ 2x = 637/2x = 63divide by 7/2 on each sidex = 18thursday = 18friday = 9saturday = 3618 + 9 + 36 = 63
 07-28-2007 #5 floridagurl03295 Guest   Posts: n/a thursday= \$18friday= \$9saturday= \$36if she earned 2 parts on thursday, 1 part on friday, and 4 parts on saturday, then she would have seven parts. \$63/7=\$9 per part. [i did not use a calculator]

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