Putting value of y in first equation
Multiplying by 2
Therefore, cost of one table is 650 rs and one chair is 300 rs.
Let the cost of a chair be y.
3x+8y=4350 (1) and
Multiply (1) with 2
Multiply (2) with 3
then the equation becomes:
By elimination method the equation becomes:
y=300 substitute in equation 1
∴ x = 650, y= 300
∴The cost of a table is Rs. 650 and the cost of a chair is Rs.300
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let the cost of chair be x..then cost of table x+30
now 2(x+30) +5x=2300
on solving this we get the above ans
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let the chair be x and table be x+30
so the equation becomes
So,cost of chair is Rs320 and coat of table is Rs350
please see the picture dear..
the price of each chair is 320
the price of each table is 350
chairs cost rs 15 each
i don't want to buy any of it
I hope it is clear to u.
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