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## Answer : 1 20 kg Explanation :Let's denote the weight of A as 𝑥x kg and the weight of B as 𝑦y kg.Given:𝑥+𝑦=80x+y=80 (Sum of weights of A and B is 80 kg)0.5𝑥=56𝑦0.5x=65y (50% of A's weight is 5665 times the weight of B)We can solve these two equations to find the values of 𝑥x and 𝑦y, and then calculate the difference between their weights.From equation 2: 0.5𝑥=56𝑦0.5x=65y Multiply both sides by 2 to get rid of the fraction: 𝑥=56𝑦×2x=65y×2 𝑥=106𝑦x=610y 𝑥=53𝑦x=35yNow substitute this expression for 𝑥x into equation 1: 53𝑦+𝑦=8035y+y=80 83𝑦=8038y=80 Multiply both sides by 3883: 𝑦=80×38y=80×83 𝑦=30y=30Now that we have found the weight of B, we can find the weight of A using equation 1: 𝑥+30=80x+30=80 𝑥=80−30x=80−30 𝑥=50x=50So, the weight of A is 50 kg and the weight of B is 30 kg.Now, let's find the difference between their weights: Difference=Weight of A−Weight of BDifference=Weight of A−Weight of B Difference=50−30Difference=50−30 Difference=20Difference=20Therefore, the difference between their weights is 20 kg.

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