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xokatexo

  • 2 years ago

Eliana and her sister are comparing the prices of 2 brans of cereals. Toasty oats costs $2.25 fir a 15-ounce box. Crunchy Oaties costs $390 for a 30-ounce bag. A. What is the price per ounce of the Toasty Oats? B. How much more expensive is Toasty Oats per ounce than Crunchy Oaties

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  1. xokatexo
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    @Hero

  2. xokatexo
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    @LoveYou*69

  3. xokatexo
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    please help

  4. Hero
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    @LoveYou*69 can actually help you? I'd like to see it

  5. Hero
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    I'd also like a box of Crunchy Oaties

  6. xokatexo
    • 2 years ago
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    ugh please just help i have 11 more questions to finish after this

  7. LoveYou*69
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    A) 15¢ B) 2¢ more I think, hero you can tell me if im wrong... thats 3.90 not 390 dollars right? lol

  8. Hero
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    I'm pretty sure you mean $3.90 and not $390

  9. xokatexo
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    but i need to show work! how do you get that

  10. Hero
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    Hint: \[\frac{2.25 \div 15 }{15 \div 15} = \frac{.15}{1}\]

  11. LoveYou*69
    • 2 years ago
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    A) 2.25 / 15 = 0.15 B) 3.90/ 30 = 0.13 so its 2¢ LESS (not more lol i messed up)

  12. Hero
    • 2 years ago
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    Second Hint 3.90 - 2.25 = 1.65

  13. xokatexo
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    so is b /13 or 1.65?

  14. Hero
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    If you can't figure it out from there, I can't help you

  15. xokatexo
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    .13*

  16. Hero
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    Hint: b is not .13 but nice try @LoveYou*69

  17. xokatexo
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    im not its my homework

  18. xokatexo
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    wait so is b 1.65?

  19. LoveYou*69
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    -_- hero so its not 13¢ per ounce for the second box? which would mean QB is 2¢ cause thats how much more the first box per ounce is compared to the second?

  20. LoveYou*69
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    @Hero

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