|The sum of the length and width is 30.||l + w = 30|
|The length is 4 more than the width.||l = w + 4|
|The length is greater than the width by 5.||l = w + 5|
|The consecutive integer after the integer n is 20.||n + 1 = 20|
|Jane is two years older than Alice.||j = a + 2|
|Alice ran 5 kilometers farther than Jane.||a = j + 5|
|The difference between Jane’s age and Alice’s age is 10.|
|John has 10 fewer coins than Alice.||J = A -10|
|The product of the length and the width is 50.||lw = 50|
|The length is twice the width.||l = 2w|
|John took half the number of marbles.|
|The length divided by the width is 5.|
|John traveled 100 miles in 2 hours.|
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