# Math

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Moira paid \$4.50 for a movie and 2 bags of popcorn. All together she spent 6 dollars. What's the cost for a bag of popcorn?

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\$6.00-\$4.50=\$1.50 divided by 2 bags of popcorn gives you .75 cents.

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