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Source: Manhattan
Level: 3
A repair shop can repair 3 fewer bicycles of Model 1 than three times the number of bicycles of Model 2. If one bicycle of Model 1 is replaced by two bicycles of Model 2, then the number of bicycles of each model repaired during the day is the same. What is the total number of bicycles that the shop can repair?
- A 14
- B 12
- C 10
- D 9
- E 7