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Math this is my problem mrs.tan invested P 10,000 MORE THAN HER HUSBAND DID. IF THEYU INVESTED THE MONEY AT 5% PER YEAR AND THEIOR COMBINED INCOIN FROM THE INVESTMENTS WAS P4,000 HOW MUCH DID THEY INVEST IN EACH?

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Mr Tan invested 35,000 and Mrs Tan invested 45,000

The equation to solve this is given by:

mr Tan's money x

Mrs Tan's money x + 10000

x times .05 + (x + 10000) times .05 = 4000

solve for x

Loringh

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