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posted by kelvin

James paid Tsh 10000 to buy the following items:
4.5 kg@600/=,2kg@1200/= and tomatoes 3kg by 1500/=.How much did he remain?#any one to help me please *

  1. Steve

    I can't say I much care for your notation or your grammar, but

    4.5*600 + 2*1200 + 3*1500 = 9600

    That's how much he spent.
    So, ...

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