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Harold has three dogs. The Irish terrier weighs 1/3 as much as the golden retriever. The golden retriever weighs half as much as the Saint Bernard. If Harold's Saint Bernard weighs 150 pounds, what is the combined weight of all three dogs?

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Hehe lemme try! :P
Let I: Irish terrier's weight G: Golden retriever's weight S: Saint Bernard's weight
Okay so the irish terrier ways 25 pounds and the golden retriever ways 75 the saint bernard weighs 150 all added together = 350 right vic?

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\[I=\frac{1}{3}G\]\[G=\frac{1}{2}S\]
S = 150
yeah Love, that's correct! You are very smart indeed!
Hehe yayyy! :)
but, are you sure about the sum?
lol i meant 250*******
Check you sum Love =P
hehehe ok =)
Lol sorry typo!! lmaoo

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