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The ratio of Tim's marbles to Joe's marbles to Matt's marbles is 8 : 6 : 9. If Tim and Joe have 84 marbles altogether, how many marbles does Matt have?
Show your work please?

84/14 = 6
Tim: 48
Joe: 36
Matt: 54
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