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You buy 3 pounds of organic apples for $7.50. The graph shows the price for regular apples. What is the unit rate for each type of apples?

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    What graph? Can't copy and paste.

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    Answer is the third option

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    So did you find it?

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    The answers are:
    1.C
    2.B
    3.B
    4.D
    5.C
    6.A
    7.B
    8.D

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    @crystal thankk yoou! your 100% right

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    Thanks @skylar

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    Thanks @crystal

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    Yeah 8/8

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    Are you guys with connections academy? Just wanted to make sure that the answers are correct for this quiz.

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    You guys are right! Thank you! 100%

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    Thanks skyler she's correct if you in connections academy 8th grade Pre-algebra B unit 5 lesson 9

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    Crystal you're the man

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    HE'S RIGHT

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    holy crap ty @Crystal

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    Thanks so so much Crystal!

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    Thx skyler!!!

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    7th grade pre-algebra unit 5 functions lesson 9

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    The_Meta13 is right its 7th grade not 8th grade xD

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    Crystal. Is right! Take her answers not nobody's else's.

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    Thanks! Add me on xbox 360 and submit a positive player rep!

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    THANK YOU CRYSTAL

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    Crystal you are 100% correct

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    It is also correct for 6th grade g&t Colorado connections academy, lesson 9 unit 5.

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    Thanks :D 100%

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    why do u guys still need to say she's correct obviously she's correct so stop saying it

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    Thank you everyone, these are the right answers for connections pre-algebra quiz, which is for 9th grade (at least for me)

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    after two years we are still saying she is right(because she is)

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    Thanks crystal these answers are for 8th grade lesson 9 pre-algebra

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    Crystal is correct for 8th grade lesson 9 connexus only

    Answers
    1.C
    2.B
    3.B
    4.D
    5.C
    6.A
    7.B
    8.D

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    1 c
    2 b
    3 b
    4 is d
    5 c
    6a
    7 b
    8 b

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