﻿ Omar has \$300 in his savings account and deposits \$20 each week. His brother has \$600 in his savings account, but he withdraws \$30 each
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# Omar has \$300 in his savings account and deposits \$20 each week. His brother has \$600 in his savings account, but he withdraws \$30 each week. After how many weeks will they have the same amount?

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