Janet spent 2/7 of her money on 4 pencils and 8 books. She then spent the remaining amount of money on 6 pencils, 10 toys and 12 books. How many toys could she buy with 6/7 of her money?

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Janet spent 2/7 of her money on 4 pencils and 8 books. She then spent the remaining amount of money on 6 pencils, 10 toys and 12 books. How many toys could she buy with 6/7 of her money?

Let the price of 1 pencil ==P

Let the price of 1 book==B

Let the price of 1 toy==T

4P + 8B ==2/7,

6P + 12B ==5/7 - 10T, solve for T

T ==1/35

1/35T ==6/7

**T==30 - number of toys she could buy with 6/7 of her money.**

Guest Sep 28, 2021