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The force of gravity on Earth is 6 times greater than on the moon. As a result, objects weigh 6 times as much on Earth as they do on the moon. A scientific instrument weighs 34 pounds on the moon. How much does the instrument weigh on Earth?

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    In April, 1994, Jose Maria Olazabal won the $360,000 prize at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. The following week, Hale Irwin took the prize of the Heritage Classic. Irwin won $135,000 less than Olazabal. How much was the Heritage Classic prize?

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  3. In April, 1994, Jose Maria Olazabal won the $360,000 prize at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. The following week, Hale Irwin took the prize of the Heritage Classic. Irwin won $135,000 less than Olazabal. How much was the Heritage Classic prize?

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