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Find the unit price (unit rate) for this item by completing the chart or using a proportion. Record your answer in the box provided.

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    @UnkleRhaukus

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    so here, the unit price is the price that one single ounce would cost we have 20 ounces = $ 3.79 to find one ounce we divide by 20 1 ounce = $ 3.79 /20

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    0.1895

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    is that right?????

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    im not sure it is, but i did 3.79/20 and that came up as the answer

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    thats right ,

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    Okay. U must b right, then; thanks for ur verification. Ive another one on which i got a long decimal.

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    (im not sure if need to round that number) but we usually have prices in dollar / cents, you round that to a number of cents ? im not sure what your question menas by "by completing the chart " ?

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    '24 pack of spring water for $2.86'

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    oh and idk about the chart either ;/ its ok, ill ask tomorrow

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    and so, by rounding, what would the answer be?

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    well you have $0.1895 and the first two decimal places of dollars are cents. but because of the nine you'll have to round up

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    hm. I'm very not sureeee.

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    its ok.

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    what do you think it might be?

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    I am really not sure. Its okay.

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  18. UnkleRhaukus
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    to find the unit price of a pack of spring water '24 pack of spring water for $2.86' just divide by 24

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