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You wish to mentally estimate the total cost of items that have the following prices: $1.85, $.98, $3.49,
$9.78, and $6.18. Rounding off the items to the nearest halfdollar, your estimate of the total cost of these
items is
A. $22.50.
B. $22.30.
C. $22.59.
D. $23.00.
Is it A??
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