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A SOUP COMPANY OFFERED TO DONATE 40CENTS FOR EVERY SOUP-CAN LABELA SCHOOL TURNED IN.FORTY-THREE STUDENTS EACH BROUGHT IN 25 LABELS. HOW MUCH WOULD THE SOUP COMPANY DONATE TO THE SCHOOL

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    43 * 25 = 1,075 labels

    1,075 * 0.4 = $430.00

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