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A full bottle of juice costs $2.00.If the cost of the juice is $1.50 more than the cost of the bottle, how much does the empty bottle cost? Hint: Answer is not 50 cents

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  1. juice + bottle = 2.00
    or
    j + b = 2.00

    j - b = 1.50
    ===============subtract
    0 + 2 b = .50
    b = .25

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