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at the town waterworks,2 large pumps and 4 smaller ones delivered 4,800 gallons of water a minute.each of the large pumps delivered 4 times as much water as each small pump.how many gallons per minute did each pump deliver?

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    small pump : x g/m
    large pump : 4x g/m

    looks like we solving
    2(4x) + 4x = 4800

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