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whats the unit rate:
882 yd in 9 secs

A grocery store sells four different jars of peanut butter. Determine which is the best buy, based on the cost per unit.
14 ounces for $1.44 20 ounces for $1.88
30 ounces for $3.48 38 ounces for $4.10

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    The unit rate for the first one is 98 yd/sec.

    30 ounces for $3.48 is S8.62/oz. It is the best buy.

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