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Alex bought lemons that were priced at 2 lemons for 18¢. What was the total cost of 5 lemons?

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    x/5 = 18/2
    2x = 90
    x = 45

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    if 2 lemons cost 18 cents, then
    1 lemon costs 9 cents, and
    5 lemons cost 45 cents

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