# Jonathan has 30 chocolates. He gives some chocolates to his friend David. He then gives Sarah half the number of chocolates that he gave David and gives Lily two-thirds of what he gave David. After gi

Jonathan has 30 chocolates. He gives some chocolates to his friend David. He then gives Sarah half the number of chocolates that he gave David and gives Lily two-thirds of what he gave David. After giving away the chocolates, Jonathan has 4 chocolates left. If the number of chocolates Jonathan gives David is x, which equation represents the situation? How many solutions does this equation have?

A. x + 1/2x + 2/3x = 30 – 4, which has no solution.

B. x + 1/2x + 2/3x = 30, which has infinitely many solutions.

C. x + 1/3x + 2/3x – 4 = 30, which has one solution.

D. x + 1/2x + 2/3x + 4 = 30, which has one solution.

E. 1/2x + 2/3x = x – 4, which has no solution.