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About shweta: I am Electronics and Communication Engg, did BA(Math) from School of Correspondence, M.A(Math) from distance learning. i also appeared fro GMAT AND TOEFL and acquired 50/ 51 in Quantitative Analysis and 100 in TOEFL . I worked as a mathematics teach

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Comment from student: i cannot figure this problem out i am struggling to figure it out Formulate but do not solve the problem. Cantwell Associates, a real estate developer, is planning to build a new apartment complex consisting of x one-bedroom units and y two-bedroom townhouses and z three-bedroom townhouses. A total of 180 units is planned, and the number of family units (two- and three-bedroom townhouses) will equal the number of one-bedroom units. If the number of one-bedroom units will be 4 times the number of three-bedroom units, find how many units of each type will be in the complex. = 180 = x = 4z

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