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Tank A contains four times as much as Tank B. Tank C contains 32 L more than Tank A. The three Tanks contain 482 L of water in all. How many liters of water does Tank A contain?

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    B + 4B + 4B + 32 = 482

    9B = 450

    B = 50

    Tank A: 4 * 50 = 200

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