Melinda is thinking of two numbers. each number is greater than 5. if she multiplies one of the numbers by 3 it will be equal to the other number. what could melindas numbers be?


5 and 15 is one option. But you could pick any number over 5 and multiply it by 3, and use those numbers together

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