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Which of the following items is the LOWEST priced?

(Measurements as they appear on the bottles/can labels):

(A) 3 litters (3 quarts & 5 oz) $28.00

(B) 1 liter (33.8) $11.00

(C) 25.5 oz (750 ml) $8.00

(D) 1 pint (9.35 oz) (750 ml) $ 7.50

(E) 16.9 oz. (500 ml) $ 6.00

Strange that 25.5 oz and 9.35 oz. are 750 ml? I double-checked these and that's what the labels say...

Thanks ever so very much!

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