anonymous
  • anonymous
Mario Agnello is opening a new pizza shop in town. He plans to offer a -inch diameter pizza and an -inch diameter pizza. He has set the price of a -inch cheese pizza at , based on the amount of ingredients needed to cover that size crust. If Mario would like to keep the pricing proportional, what should he charge for an -inch cheese pizza? Show and explain your solution.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
How did you manage to post that thing without showing the pizza sizes?
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk its part of a test

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Fine. The answer is that a "-inch" pizza should cost exactly the same as a "-inch" pizza.
anonymous
  • anonymous
explain your solution
anonymous
  • anonymous
My reasoning is that there is no difference between -inch and -inch.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks

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