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A fox, a coyote, and a wolf weigh a total of 120 pounds. The ratio of the weight of the fox to the weight of the coyote is 3:8. The weight of the coyote is 32 pounds. What is the weight of the wolf?

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A fox, a coyote, and a wolf weigh a total of 120 pounds. The ratio of the weight of the fox to the weight of the coyote is 3:8. The weight of the coyote is 32 pounds. What is the weight of the wolf?

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$$f+c+w=120\\ f:c=3:8\\ c=32\\f:32=3:8\\ f=3\cdot32/8=12\\ 12+32+w=120\\ w=120-12-32=76$$

The wolf weighs 76 pounds.

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A fox, a coyote, and a wolf weigh a total of 120 pounds. The ratio of the weight of the fox to the weight of the coyote is 3:8. The weight of the coyote is 32 pounds. What is the weight of the wolf?

f + c + w = 120

f/c = 3/8

c = 32

f/32 = 3/8

f = 12

w = 70

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