Name: Travis
Question:
Markers $0.50 Let M stand for Markers, S for Sketch pads & P for Paint Sets. You have M, S, P > 0; (1/2)M+3S+10P = 100. Subtract the first equation from twice the second equation; you should be able to deduce the value of P knowing that it is an integer from the set {1, 2, ... , 9} and the fact that if something divides one side of an equation it divides the other. This makes it not too hard to then find M & S. Cheers,Denis
