Question 38991: The Marble Club has six members. Each member contributes his marbles and holds office on the basis of the number of marbles he contributes. The president has contributed 104 marbles more than the vice-president, who in turn has contributed 203 more than the treasurer. The secretary donated 1/2 the amount of the vice-president. The marble counter contributed 3 more than the sergeant at arms, and they have contributed 485 marbles together. If the total number of marbles is 3,886, how many did each contribute?
(not from a text, a friend needed help and I could't figure this one) Thanks for your help. Answer by fractalier(2101) (Show Source):