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Kira has 16 red beads, and she has 8 fewer yellow beads than red beads. kira also has 7 more green beads than red beads. How many does Kira have in all?

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Red beads = 16
Yellow beads = 168 = 8
Green beads = 16 +7 = 23
16 red, 8 yellow, 23 green is
16+8+23 = 47 total beads
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