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A student has a collection of grasshoppers and crickets. He has 561 insects in all. The number of grasshoppers is twice the number of crickets. Find the number of each type of insects that he has.

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    Let c = number of crickets

    c + 2c = 561

    3c = 561

    c = 187

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