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Julian is interested in building a new house. Three architects have given him plans. The first plan is for a house that will be 2,250 square feet. The total cost of the house will be $281,250. The second plan is for a house that will be 2,400 square feet. The total cost of the second house will be $288,000. The third plan is for a house that will be 2,500 square feet. The total cost of the third house will be $305,000. If Julian wanted to choose the plan with the least expensive cost per square foot, which would he choose?

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  1. Divide each cost by the respective number of square feet and compare.

    posted by PsyDAG
  2. 3.14055959

    posted by Anonymous
  3. Julian would choose 'Plan B'.

    posted by Ada

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