# Wedi Ata buys 12 apples. He buys 3 times as many oranges as apples. He also buys 3 times as many cherries as oranges. How many pieces of fruit does he buy altogether?

156 fruit

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Wedi Ata buys 12 apples. He buys 36 oranges (3 times as many as apples) and 108 cherries (3 times as many as oranges). Altogether, he buys (12 + 36 + 108 = 156) pieces of fruit.

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