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3 people each want a set of ....lets say rubber bands(\$4) also they want the rubber band life prolonging solution(\$2). Oh snap! How much will it cost each person? How much will it cost altogether? Prove your answer

• math -

24 dollars,since theres three people you multiply 3x4 then 3x2.
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• math (correction) -

If they each want a set and solution, it will cost each person \$4 + \$2 = \$6. With 3 people, the total cost = \$6 * 3 = \$18

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