Pat has two sheets of large, square stamps. One sheet consists of 9 stamps arranged in a 3-by-3 square. (That's 3 stamps by 3 stamps, not 3 inches by 3 inches.) The other sheet consists of 36 stamps arranged in a 6-by-6 square. The stamps on each sheet are separated by perforated creases. All the stamps on both sheets are the same shape and size.
The total length of the creases on the 3-by-3 sheet is 18 inches.
How many inches of creases does the 16-by-16 sheet have?