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“How much does one cost?” asked the man.“50 cents” replied the hardware clerk“and how much does 18 cost?” the customer asked.“One dollar” said the clerk
“Ok I’ll take seven hundred six” the man said “That will be $1.50 sir”
What was the man buying?

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    He was buying numerals for his mail box. each numeral is 50cents.

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