Mrs.Partsch prepared a variety of cookies. 1/2 of the cookies were oatmeal raisin. 1/2 of the remaining cookies were gingerbread. There were 8 triple fudge cookies. How many cookies did mrs.patsch prepare altogether

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  1. (2/4)x + (1/4)x + 8 = x

    (3/4)x + 8 = x

    8 = (1/4) x

    8 * 4 = x

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