8TH GRADE MATH
posted by maribeth .
thank you so much, ms sue!
may i ask another question?
If 6 oz cost 3.25
20 oz cost 5.59
36 cost 6.59
how much would 12oz, 26 oz, 48 oz cost?
Thank you so much!
maribeth

8TH GRADE MATH 
bobpursley
12 oz is 2 of the 20 oz
26 oz is one 20 oz, and one 6 oz package
48 oz is one 36 oz, and two 6 oz packages
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