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## System of Equations Word Problems1. Collin buys 1 pound of gummy bears (g) and 2 pounds of m%26m%27s (m) for $14. Guadalupe buys 2 pounds of gummy bears (g) and 2 pounds of m%26m%27s (m) for $18.x %2b y = 12 and x - y = 4, x - y = 12 and x %2b y = 4, x - y = 12 and x - y = 4, 2. The sum of two numbers is 12 and their difference is 4. 1c %2b 2p = 3 and 4c %2b 1p = 8, 1c %2b 1p = 3 and 4c %2b 1p = 8 educational games , 2c %2b 1p = 3 and 4c %2b 1p = 8, 3. The sum of two numbers is 7 and their difference is -1. 1g %2b 1m = 14 and 1g %2b 1m = 18, 1g %2b 2m = 14 and 2g %2b 2m = 18, 1g - 2m = 14 and 2g - 2m = 18, 4. At a candy store, 2 chocolate bars (c) and 1 peanut butter cup (p) cost $3, while 4 chocolate bars (c) and 1 peanut butter cup (p) cost $8. s %2b t = 9 and 2s %2b 3t = 21, s %2b t = 21 and 2s %2b 3t = 9, 2s %2b 3t = 9 and 2s %2b 3t = 21, 5. At the mall, a pair of socks (s) cost $2 each and a t-shirt (t) cost $3 each. So far, Andrea has spent $21 and has bought 9 items. s %2b a = 1700 and 5s %2b 8a = 150, s %2b a = 150 and 5s %2b 8a = 1700, s %2b a = 150 and s %2b a = 1700, |