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fantasywolfpack
 one year ago
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
fantasywolfpack
 one year ago
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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Alex_Mattucci
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0it would be B. You add the costs of both the shirts and the caps and then divide the cost between the 12 players!

Alex_Mattucci
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0dw:1442432358433:dw
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