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One store sells milk for \$3.00 per gallon. A second store sells milk for \$0.80 per quart.If you need two gallons, which store should you buy from?

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4 quarts in a gallon= \$3.20

1st store: \$3.00 per gallon
2nd store: \$3.20 per gallon.

1st store is cheaper, so 1st store

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