Posted by **Andy** on Friday, November 30, 2012 at 2:52pm.

If A represents the number of apples purchased at 15 cents each, and B represents the number of bananas purchased at 10 cents each, which of the following represents the total value of the purchases in cents?

a) A+B

b) 25(A+B)

c)10A+15B

d) 15A+10B

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