Pre-Algebra

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Express as a unit rate:

\$5 for 10 cans of soup.

• Pre-Algebra -

5 / 10 = ? per can

• Pre-Algebra -

5 dollars / 10 cans = .50 dollars/1 can
which is 50 cents per can

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