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Samaria has 6 more than three times as many pieces of candy as Sydney. Samaria has 36 pieces of candy. How many does Sydney have?

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marie121

Let s= Samaria, c= candy, and t= Sydney Samara has 6 more than 3 times pieces of candy as Sydney. s=6+3c Samaria has 36 pieces of candy. 36=6+3c Solve the equation. Subtract 6 from both sides. 30=3c Divide by 3 c=10 Sydney has 10 pieces of candy.

aya104

Hello there. Question: Samaria has 6 more than three times as many pieces of candy as Sydney. Samaria has 36 pieces of candy. How many does Sydney have? Answer: C is candy Samaria = 3c + 6 36 = 3c + 6. Subtract 6 from both sides: 36 - 6 = 30 30 = 3c. Divide both sides by 3: 30/3 = 10 Sydney has 10 pieces of candy. Hope This Helps You! Good Luck Studying ^-^

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