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== Problem == | == Problem == | ||
− | If <math>3(4x+\pi)=P</math> then <math>6(8x+10\pi)=</math> | + | If <math>3(4x+5\pi)=P</math> then <math>6(8x+10\pi)=</math> |
<math>\text{(A) } 2P\quad | <math>\text{(A) } 2P\quad | ||
− | \text{(B) } | + | \text{(B) } 4P\quad |
\text{(C) } 6P\quad | \text{(C) } 6P\quad | ||
\text{(D) } 8P\quad | \text{(D) } 8P\quad |
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