# Solving system of linear equations

### Solution:

p+o = 400p = 40(t-8)

o = 80(t-(9+20/60))

p+o = 400

p = 40•(t-8)

o = 80•(t-(9+20/60))

o+p = 400

p-40t = -320

60o-4800t = -44800

o = 2080/9 ≈ 231.111111

p = 1520/9 ≈ 168.888889

t = 110/9 ≈ 12.222222

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