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anonymous
 one year ago
At the beginning of the week, James stopped by a local grocery store to buy fruit. He bought five bananas and three pears at a total cost of $3.80. Later that week he went to the store again and bought another two bananas and four pears for $3.20. Assuming that prices did not change during the week, what was the price of one banana and one pear?
anonymous
 one year ago
At the beginning of the week, James stopped by a local grocery store to buy fruit. He bought five bananas and three pears at a total cost of $3.80. Later that week he went to the store again and bought another two bananas and four pears for $3.20. Assuming that prices did not change during the week, what was the price of one banana and one pear?

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