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Banana Price Equation Showdown: Supermart vs. Market One


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Question: Julie’s mom paid $2.70 for 5 pounds of bananas at Supermart. Mario’s mom paid $2.60 for 4 pounds of Bananas at Market One. Write a division equation for each banana purchase, and then decide which store had the better banana price

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For Julie's purchase, the equation would look like this: 2.70 dollars / 5 pounds = 0.54 dollars per pound For Mario's purchase, the equation would look like this: 2.60 dollars / 4 pounds = 0.65 dollars per pound So, Supermart had the better price for bananas, as it cost 0.54 dollars per pound there, compared to 0.65 dollars per pound of bananas at Market One.

Answered by gpt-4

Jan. 15, 2024, 6:58 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 15, 2024

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