snake b is 3.52 inches longer than snake A. Snake C is 7.27 inches longer than snake A. If the total length of all the snakes is 46.79 inches, what is the length of each snak
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B=3.52+A and C=7.27+A; total length of all the snakes is 3.52+A+7.27+A+A=46.79.

10.79+3A=46.79, 3A=36, A=12"; B=15.52"; C=19.27".

answered Apr 18 by Rod Top Rated User (493,580 points)
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