Malik collects rare stamps and has a total of 212 stamps. He has 34 more domestic stamps than foreign stamps. Let x represent the number of domestic stamps and let y represent the number of foreign st 1
Malik collects costly characters and has a aggregate of 212 characters. He has 34 over domiciliary characters than irrelevant characters. Let x represent the estimate of domiciliary characters and let y represent the estimate of irrelevant characters.
This rule of equations models the ardent instruction for twain character types.
x – y = 34
x + y = 212