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Homework Help: Math Word Problem

Posted by Betty on Monday, February 11, 2013 at 2:49pm.

Tristen mixes nuts that cost $2.00 per pond with nuts that cost $4.00 per pound. He buys triple as much of the $2.00 per pound nut than he buys of the $4.00 per pound nut. If he spent a total of $32.00, how many pounds of the $2.00 per pound nut did he buy?

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