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The line for the dunking machine was twice as long as the cake walk line. The line for the cake walk was one third the length for the hoop shot. If there were 12 people in line for the hoop shot, how many people were in line for the dunking machine?

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1. cake walk line = 1/3 of hoop shot
= 1/3(12) or 4 people

dunking line was twice as long as cake walk = 2(4) or 8 people

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5. Dunking machine was twice as long as the cake walk line. The line for the cake walk was half the length of the line for the hoop shoot. 18 people in line. How many people were in line for the dunking machine

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