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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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asked by ladoo
  1. x + (x+1.50) = 2.00
    2x = .50
    x = .25

    check:
    if bottle costs 25 cents, then the juice costs $1.75 ($1.50 more)
    total cost = $2.00

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    posted by Reiny
  2. No idea

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    posted by Kareena
  3. 1.d 2.b 3.d 4.c

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    posted by alley
  4. Alley is correct!!!
    D
    B
    D
    C

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    posted by Honest
  5. Both is wrong it is 1d 2 c 3d 4b

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  6. ms sue is a !@#$%^& is wrong I JUST GOT A %50 THX ALOT MAN
    honest is rite %100 rite

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    posted by sick

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