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A U.S. nickel contains 3 ounces of copper for every
ounce of nickel. How much nickel is required for
14 pounds of copper? (if someone could explain to me what to do) Thanks

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    Let x = lbs. nickel

    1/3 = x/14

    Solve for x.

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