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Uniforms for a baseball team cost $600 plus $96 for caps. Twelve players split the cost equally. Which expression shows how much each player paid? A. 600 + (96 ÷ 12) B. (600 + 96) ÷ 12 C. 12 ÷ (600 + 96) D. (600 ÷ 12) + 96

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  1. Alex_Mattucci
    • one year ago
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    it would be B. You add the costs of both the shirts and the caps and then divide the cost between the 12 players!

  2. fantasywolfpack
    • one year ago
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    shur

  3. Alex_Mattucci
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    |dw:1442432358433:dw|

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    Hope this helps

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