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There are 16 marbles in a blue jar. The blue jar has 2 times as many marbles as a red jar. Let n be the number of marbles in the red jar
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m=7

Step-by-step explanation:

1 blue jar = 16 marbles

1 blue jar = 2 red jars

Therefor

16 marbles= 2 red jars

(Now let m=1 red jar)

16= 2m

(Then sine we have 2m dived both sides by 2 to isolate the m)

16/2= 2m/2

8=m

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