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How much is 7.25 kg at $20 per kilogram?

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  1. just multiply the two numbers.
    I assume you want the dollar value.

    7.25kg is always the same, regardless of its price...

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    posted by Steve
  2. I donna

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  3. BANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANNANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANAANANANANANAANANANANANAAN

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  4. i just multiplied it and my answer i got was 145.00

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  5. This page sucks I didn’t even help

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    posted by Hi
  6. u ediots the answer is at the bottom of the first page 39 is the answer

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    posted by dana
  7. wait

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    posted by dana
  8. im the edoit thats not the answer cant u just tell us man

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    posted by dana

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