Posted by **brianne** on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 9:58pm.

a case of diet cola costs $7.23. If there are 24 cans in a case, find the cost per can. Round to the nearest cent. then find the number of cans you can buy per $1. Round to the nearest ten. Which number is more useful? why?

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