Bri_5SOS
  • Bri_5SOS
At the local grocer, the prices for apples are the following: 9 ounces for $1.89 or 1 pound for $2.49. How much will you save per pound, by buying the least expensive? Round to the nearest cent.
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok so what are the basic rates
Bri_5SOS
  • Bri_5SOS
I dont know sorry im just very stressed and in a hurry to graduate :0
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'd equalize the amount in the "9 ounces per" group to be equal to the pound.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Or you could just bring the pound group down to 9 ounces.
Bri_5SOS
  • Bri_5SOS
oh ya thank yo so soo much :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem, and you do understand the rest fine?
Bri_5SOS
  • Bri_5SOS
yess :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Or you could do \[\frac{ ounces }{ cost }\] type that into your calculator and get a decimal rate and then compare to see which one one is lower.
anonymous
  • anonymous
And convert a pound to 16 ounces
anonymous
  • anonymous
If that helps
Bri_5SOS
  • Bri_5SOS
yes thanks

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