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I have a question: How would you solve this? a dozen dozen apples at half a dozen dimes a dozen? In this cause is dozen 12? And half a dozen dimes in 60 cents? would that be 120? b/c a dozen dozen is 24 so u have 24 apples and
asked by Gina on December 5, 2006 
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I have a question: How would you solve this? a dozen dozen apples at half a dozen dimes a dozen? In this cause is dozen 12? And half a dozen dimes in 60 cents? So half a dozen dozen is 144/2 so that's 72 correct? yes, half a dozen
asked by Gina on December 5, 2006 
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what is a gross? A gross is a dozen dozen ... or in other words, 12 x 12. =) One Gross is a measurement equal to 144 of something (a dozen dozen). The term is not often used today.
asked by I dunno on July 28, 2007 
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Find the cost of buying 4 dozen of exercise books at sh 6000 per dozen,a half dozen of pencil at sh 2050 per dozen,5 dozen rulers at sh 3600 per dozen #i need anyone to help me please# and in case someone know where i can get such
asked by kelvin on February 22, 2017 
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I still have a question. My first one has been answered(I, but I am going to write it down anyways, incase it realtes to the first quesion. (I)What is the cost of s dozen dozen apples at half a dozen dimes a dozen? (II)(This one I
asked by Gina on December 5, 2006 
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Find the cost of buying 4 dozen of exercise books at sh 6000 per dozen,a half dozen of pencil at sh 2050 per dozen,5 dozen rulers at sh 3600 per dozen #i need anyone to help me please# and in case someone has such type of
asked by kelvin on February 23, 2017 
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two bakeries produce three types of cookies, chocolate chip, sugar, and peanut butter. the cookies are produced in batches containing some of each type of cookie. the cooks will not break up a batch, so you must buy an entire
asked by James on October 31, 2012 
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two bakeries produce three types of cookies, chocolate chip, sugar, and peanut butter. the cookies are produced in batches containing some of each type of cookie. the cooks will not break up a batch, so you must buy an entire
asked by James on October 31, 2012 
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Mary purchased incredients needed to cookies. a table shows the cost for each batch of 5 dozen cookies. ($10.00 total) and the price of cookies = 1/2 dozen = $5; 1 dozen = $8 and 5 dozen = $35. question is if mary sells 3 dozen
asked by Kyle on November 18, 2015 
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For a wedding, Shereda bought several dozen roses and several dozen carnations. The roses cost $15 per dozen, and the carnations cost $8 per dozen. Shereda bought a total of 17 dozen flowers and paid a total of $192. How many
asked by Ron on April 9, 2007