sam spent 1/4 of his money in the first week and 1/8 of it in the second week. if he spent $60 altogether, how much money did he have at first?

sam spent 1/4 of his money in the first week and 1/8 of it in the second week. if he spent $60 altogether, how much money did he have at first?

Find wo numbers whose sum is 124 and whose difference is 290

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This is math word problem on units

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It has to be an inequality to use to solve (pre algebra)

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