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a certain shade of paint requires 3 parts of blue to 2 parts of yellow to 1 part of red. if 18 gal of that shade of paint are needed, how many gal of blue are needed?

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    like saying one half blue, one third yellow, one sixth red. one half of 18 is 9

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