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A reservation clerk worked 15.3 hours one day. She spent twice as much time entering new reservations as she did verifying old ones and one and a half as much time calling to confirm reservations as verifying old ones. How much time did she spend entering new reservations?

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    Let V = verifying old reservations

    V + 2V + 1.5V = 15.3

    4.5V = 15.3

    V = 15.3/4.5
    V = 3.4

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    3.4 + (2*3.4) + (1.5*3.4)
    3.4 + 6.8 + 5.1 = 15.3

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