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A fruit stand carries apples, oranges, lemons, and pears. There are twice as many apples as oranges and 3 times as many lemons as pears. If there are 3 more oranges than pears, and p represents the number of pears, which of the following expressions represents the total number of fruits at the fruit stand?
3P
5P5
5P
6P1
7P+9
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