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show steps If 3 cans of soup cost $1.83, how much would 5 cans cost?

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    First divide the cost of three cans by 3, so 1.83/3 then multiply the number you get times 5. this will give you the cost of 5 cans

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    how would I write this in a proportion form?

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    |dw:1347732783753:dw|

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    if three cans of soup cost $1.83 then 1 can of soup costs $1.83 divided by 3=$.61 then you multiply $.61 to 5 to get the cost of 5 cans of soup that is cost of 5 soup cans=$.61* 5=$3.05

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    Thank you

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    No problem :P

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