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FIND the ESTIMATE:
1) A RARE TRUFFLE ONCE SOLD FO $13.20 FOR A 0.44 OZ CAN. APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH WOULD 1LB OF THIS TRUFFLE COST?

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  1. 0.44 of an ounce is almost 1/2 ounce.

    1 lb. = 16 ounces

    So 1 pound is about 32 times the 0.44 ounce can.

    30 * 13 = $390 or about $400.

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