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I spent 2/3 of my money at store A. I spent 1/3 of my money at store B. When I left store B I had $4. How much money did I have when I entered store A?

(2/3)(1/3)x = 4
2/9 x = 4
x = 18
check:
spent 12 at A leaving 6
spent 2 at B, leaving 4
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