A company held a fundraising event for a charity. Andrew contributed $25 less than twice as much as Michael. The sum of their contributions was $200. How much did Andrew contribute?
A. $75
B. $125
C. $150
D. $175
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a = 2 m  25
a + m = 200
eliminate m
m = 200  a
a = 2 (200a) 25
a = 400  2 a  25
3 a = 375
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