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A 30-second advertisement on a local television station during prime time costs the advertiser $1,280. To the nearest cent, how much does the ad cost per second? will you help me with step by step instructions

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    Divide $1,280 by 30 to find the cost per second. If you post your answer, we'll be glad to check it.

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    Yes! It cost them $42.67 per second for the commercial.

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