TSI Math: Finding the Cost of Pears through Division and Multiplication
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If 9 pears cost $2.52, then how much do 4 pears cost?
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so there's clearly an inequality here like nine is two
two fifty two Asfour is toe what right Pretty easy
inequality There you cross multiply to get the answer so
think it through Well if nine pairs or two fifty
to the cost of a single pair is one ninth
that amount so that's another way you could solve the
problem Do you multiply one nine by two fifty that
gets you twenty eight cents and multiply that by forget 00:00:45.07 --> [endTime] cia buck twelve Well cares or expensive