Posted by **Joel** on Monday, January 24, 2011 at 6:22pm.

If 4 liters of motor oil cost $3.88, what is the price for 1 liter? I'm supposed yo set up proportions. This is how I set it up:

$3.88/4 liters • 1 liter/p

p= the price for 1 liter

Please tell me if I set it up right and how to solve.

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