Posted by **Anonymous** on Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 9:28pm.

The price of 10 pounds of apples is d dollars. If the apples weigh an average of 1 pound for every 6 apples, which of the following is the average price, in cents, of a dozen such apples? The answer should be one of the following but I don't know how to set the problem up to solve it.

20d

50d over 3

5d

5d over 3

d over 20

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