Solving word problems is an art of transforming the words and sentences into mathematical expressions and then applying conventional algebraic techniques to solve the problem.
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First, we need to translate the word problem into equation(s) with variables.
Then, we need to solve the equation(s) to find the solution(s) to the word problems.