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The table shows the amount earned for washing cars. How much is earned for washing 25 cars? 3 cars=\$13.50, 6 cars=\$27, 9 cars=\$40.50, and 12 cars=\$54

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54/12 = 4.50

25 * 4.50 = ?

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looks like it costs \$4.50 to wash one car

What seems to be the problem ?

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