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How do you show this as a unit rate 360 jars in 18 cases I'm in sixth grade and need help now!!!!!!!!!!

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20 jars per case

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Scott is correct.

Divide 360 by 18 = 20

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360/18 = x/1

One is the unit rate.
Find X.

18 divide by 18 equals one.

So take the 360 and divide by 18 which equals 20.

Therefore x = 20.

Hope this helps.

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maybe you should try to ask for help rather than being on the computer asking for help because we are just giving you answers and you really arent getting any help at all

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