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Express three information "(1) All together they owe $600", "(2) Duo owes $200 more than Uno", (2)"Uno and Duo combined owe as much as Traea" to equations of <math>x_1</math>, <math>x_2</math>, and <math>x_3</math>, first.
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Express the three statements (1) "All together they owe $600", (2) "Duo owes $200 more than Uno", and (3) "Uno and Duo combined owe as much as Traea" as equations in <math>x_1</math>, <math>x_2</math>, and <math>x_3</math> first. For instance, (1) may be expressed as <math>x_1 + x_2 + x_3 = 600</math>.

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Express the three statements (1) "All together they owe $600", (2) "Duo owes $200 more than Uno", and (3) "Uno and Duo combined owe as much as Traea" as equations in , , and first. For instance, (1) may be expressed as .