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Mario replaced 72 tires on the small and large trucks in his fleet. He replaced 3 times as many tires on the large trucks as on the small. How many tires did he replaced on the small trucks?

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    Let x = tires on small trucks. Then 3x = tires on large trucks

    3x + x = 72

    Solve for x.

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    24

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