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scott bought two items at daves fruit market. the cashier told him that he owed \$5.49. why is the cashier incorrect? what did scott purchase?

DAVE'S FRUIT MARKET
grapes \$2.25/bag
bananas \$ 1.99/bag
strwberries \$3.40/box
watermelon \$5.00

• math -

The sum of any two items does not add up to \$5.49.

Since the last digit in the total is 9, he must have purchased bananas and one of the last two.

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