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26 June, 16:10

There are 28 horses and sheep in a field. There are 6 times as many sheep as horses. Wright and solve a system of linear equations to find the number of horses in a number of sheep

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  1. 26 June, 17:16
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    Let h be horses

    let s be sheep

    h + s = 28

    6s = h

    plug h into eq'n one

    (6s) + s = 28

    7s = 28

    s = 4

    plug s into eq'n 2

    6 (4) = h

    24 = h

    therefore there are 24 horses and 4 sheep
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