Kate and Nora each have a sum of money. The ratio of the amount of mone Kate has to that of Nora is 3:5. After Nora gives $150 to Kate,

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Kate and Nora each have a sum of money. The ratio of the amount of mone
Kate has to that of Nora is 3:5. After Nora gives $150 to Kate, the main
the amount of money Kate has to that of Nora becomes 7:9. Find the sum
of money Kate had initially,​

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Amelia 3 weeks 2021-08-21T21:48:35+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-08-21T21:50:03+00:00

    Answer:

    Their total sum will be 2400.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the ratio of sum of money between late and Nora is 3:5. from this we derive N=5k/3

    when Nora gives Kate $150, their ratio becomes

    k+150/n-150 =7/9

    solving this we get 9k-7n=-2400

    substituting the value of n and then solving we get k=900 and then soling for n we get N= 1500

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