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RuSSian1909 Group Title

A certain 5-pound bag of flour costs $1.75. What is the cost in cents per ounce? I need to know how to work this out..im so lost. and ppl r so rude. thanks

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  1. IsTim Group Title
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    I think you divide the money by the weight.

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  2. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    yeah I know that. lol

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  3. Agent47 Group Title
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    сначала посчитай сколько стоит один фунт муки в долларах. Потом подсчитай сколько это будет в центах.

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  4. Agent47 Group Title
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    потом ответ подели на 16 и все.

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  5. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    I have no idead what that says@Agent47

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  6. Agent47 Group Title
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    Then you should stop misleading people and telling them that you're russian *facepalm*...

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  7. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    dude, I was born in russia...i kinda forgot the lanugage at 6years. so please if ur gna be rude. go away.

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  8. lgbasallote Group Title
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    do you know how many cents there are in $1.75?

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  9. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    nope im trying to convert but its confusing me . 25pounds = 1 quarter; 4 quarters=1 hunderweight.

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  10. lgbasallote Group Title
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    hint: in $1.00 there are 100 cents...does that give you any hints?

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  11. ktklown Group Title
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    To compute cents per ounce you divide the total number of cents by the total number of ounces. So first figure out how many cents are in $1.75, then figure out how many ounces are in 5 pounds. Then divide.

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  12. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    175cents?

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  13. lgbasallote Group Title
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    right

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  14. lgbasallote Group Title
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    now divide that by 5

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  15. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    @ktklown that's what im trying to get there.

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  16. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    @lgbasallote 5?

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  17. lgbasallote Group Title
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    divide 175 by 5

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  18. ktklown Group Title
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    OK how many ounces are in 1 pound?

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  19. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    16oz=1lb

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  20. ktklown Group Title
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    right 16oz = 1lb, so how many ounces are in 5 pounds?

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  21. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    idk.

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  22. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    80

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  23. ktklown Group Title
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    Right 5 pounds is 80 oz. So 175 cents / 80 oz is what?

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  24. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    2.1875

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  25. ktklown Group Title
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    right 2.1875 cents / oz. that's the answer you want

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  26. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    so there is no oz just 1?

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  27. RuSSian1909 Group Title
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    oh nvm lol

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