I need help so I can help someone else:)

Brad wants to buy flowers for a friend with $33.00. The daisies are $1.00 each and th roses are $2.00 each. He buys 3 more daisies than roses. How much did the roses cost?

I need help so I can help someone else:)

Brad wants to buy flowers for a friend with $33.00. The daisies are $1.00 each and th roses are $2.00 each. He buys 3 more daisies than roses. How much did the roses cost?

Brad wants to buy flowers for a friend with $33.00. The daisies are $1.00 each and th roses are $2.00 each. He buys 3 more daisies than roses. How much did the roses cost?

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Boni wrote:I need help so I can help someone else:)

Brad wants to buy flowers for a friend with $33.00. The daisies are $1.00 each and th roses are $2.00 each. He buys 3 more daisies than roses. How much did the roses cost?

Let X=# roses

then how many daisies are there (in terms of X)?

What is the cost for the roses in terms of X?

then cost for roses + cost for daisies =33 (provides that Brad uses all 33 dollars)

solve for X...then multiply by 2