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If one apple and two pears cost $1.55 and two apples and two pears cost $2.30, how much does one apple cost?

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    $2.30 - $1.55 = ?

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    How do I know that is the price of the apple instead of the pear???

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    OOOOkkay! Now I got it! The amount of pears stayed the same. Thanks!

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