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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 18:30 justiceisbae1

Tamara and jason work at a widget factory. tamara arrived at work before jason and began making widgets. tamara had already made 20 widgets when jason began his work. tamara was producing widgets at a rate of 8 widgets per hour. jason was able to produce widgets at a rate of 12 widgets per hour. at some point, tamara and jason will have produced the same number of widgets.

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