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You pay $4.50 for 9 bagels. What is the unit price?



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PsychoTink
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Unit price would be the price for each one individually. So just divide.

Mrs.Math101
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9/4.50

JamesJ
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@psychot, yes. @mrs.m, no.

anonymous
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price per bagel means
\[\text{price}\div \text{number of bagels}\]

azimazimazim123
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thanks
mrs.math

anonymous
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mrsmath told you how many bagels you can get for a dollar, she computed "bagels per dollar"

anonymous
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that is not the unit price, it is the reciprocal of the unit price

Mrs.Math101
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sorry, i meant 4.50/9 =0.5

Mrs.Math101
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5cents is the unit proce

anonymous
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psycho tink? qu'estce que c'est?

JamesJ
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No, not 5 cents. 0.5 dollars = 50 cents.