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a store has a total of 108 full-time staff and part time staff. There are three times as many full-time staff as part time staff. How many of the staff are in each category?

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    PT + 3PT=108
    4PT=108
    PT=27 FT=108-27=81

    27 part-time and 81 full-time

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