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Eric and Mark went to a ball game and visited the concession stand. They each got a hot dog, and mark got a large soda and a bag of peanuts. Eric had a coupon for 3$ off the cost. Mark Paid for the rest, which came to 11.50. Peanuts cost 4$, and a hotdog costs 3.50. What is the cost for a large soda?

7.50
1.50
4.00
3.50*

  • Math help -

    correct,
    check by adding the cost

    2 hotdogs + soda + penuts
    = 7+3.5 + 4 = 14.5
    less the coupon leaves 11.50
    which was their cost

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    Correct! D is your answer!

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