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Q: "Ann and Sarah has 2 boxes of 30 chocolates each. Ann eats 9 chocolates and gives some away to her friends. Sarah gives 3 chocolates away to her friends and eats 4 times as many as Ann has given away. When they compare boxes, each one has the same number of chocolates as the other.

a) How many chocolates did Sarah eat?

b) How many chocolates qere left in each box?"

Such hogs!

Right, so embrassingly enough, I didn't get the answer. My answer ended with Ann = 54 and Sarah = 49, or something like that, which I know is not right. I hate being wrong in math sums! But I did it over and over but I just keep getting stuck.

So, help? :/

Also note: This is 8th grade math sum. Easy for you! Not so much for an 8th grader like myself!

I hate Alice Ma'am *sob* She doesn't even teach well!

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