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On a trip to London, Julie spent one-third of the pounds on the first day, two-thirds of the rest on the second day, and 14 pounds on the last day. How many pounds did Julia have on the trip?

Correct answer:

p =  63

Step-by-step explanation:

p/3+2/3·(p-p/3) + 14 = p

0.666667p = 42

p = 42/0.66666667 = 63

p = 63

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