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marc bought bananas, apples, and peaches. He bought twice as many lbs of bananas as apples, he bought 2 lbs more of apples than peaches and bought 3 lbs of peaches. How many total lbs of friuts did he buy?

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Yo0u don't even need algebra for this. Just read the statememnts.

There are 3 pounds of peaches and two more than than (5) of apples. Double that for the number of bananas. Then add them up.

This is more about reading comprehension than math.

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20 pounds

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20

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