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Mr. Davis wants to buy some oranges. He visits a local grocery store and finds that 6 oranges cost $2.

Write an equation that represents the relationship between the number of oranges, n, and their total cost, c. Express the rate of change in simplest form, if necessary.

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  1. c = (2/6)n = n/3

    posted by Steve
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  4. Mr. Davis wants to buy some oranges. He visits a local grocery store and finds that 6 oranges cost $2.

    Write an equation that represents the relationship between the number of oranges, n , and their total cost, c . Express the rate of change in simplest form, if necessary.

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