Posted by **Andrew** on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 5:58pm.

Nathan can purchase 5 lemons for $2. Which is one way to find the number of lemons Nathan can buy with $20?

A.add 6 and 2 and then multiply the sum by 20

B.add 2 and 20 and then multiply the sum by 6

C.divide 6 by 2 and then add the quotient to 20

D.divide 20 by 2 and then multiply the quotient by 6

D?

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