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Plastic tub has capacity of 13.5 quarts. It can hold 3 times as much liquid as a pail. Pail can hold twice as much liquid as can. Find capacity of pail and that of the can in quarts.

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  1. 13.5 / 3 = _______ quarts in a pail

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