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A local ice cream stand makes three kinds of sunda...

A local ice cream stand makes three kinds of sundaes. The Regular Sundae gets \( 3 \) scoops of ice cream and \( 1 \) serving of whipped cream. The Fancy sundae gets \( 3 \) scoops of ice cream, \( 2 \) servings of whipped cream, and \( 1 \) drizzle of hut fudge. The Sloppy sundae gets \( 4 \) scoops of ice cream, \( 3 \) servings of whipped cream, and \( 4 \) drizzles of hut fudge. On the last day of summer, the owner has \( 215 \) scoops of ice cream, \( 120 \) servings of whipped cream, and enough hot fudge for \( 67 \) drizzles. How many of each type of sundae should the owner make? 

The owner should make \(\square\) Regular sundaes, \(\square\) Fancy sundaes, and \(\square\) Sloppy sundaes. 

Answer

26,35,8

Solution
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