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If you can buy 12 cans of juice for $8, how much will 18 cans cost ?

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    12 / 8 = 18 / x Multiply both sides by 8

    12 = 18 * 8 / x

    12 = 144 / x Multiply both sides by x

    12 * x = 144 Divide both sides by 12

    x = 144 / 12 = 12 $

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