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if prizes for a carnival are priced at 5 for 80 cents,how much would 250 prize [1] $4.00 [2]$ 8 00 [3] $40.00 [4] $80.00 [5] not enough information i given. help please

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    let the cost of 250 prizes be x

    x/250 = .8/5
    x = 250(.8)/5 = 40

    or

    unit cost = .80/5 = 16 cents
    so 250(16) = 4000 cents = $40

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    thanks again

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