Natalie bought 1 1/4lb. of candy at $4.20 per pound.How much did Natalie pay for the candy? Is the answer $5.70?

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  1. since 1.25 * 4.20 = 5.25, I'd say no.

    5.70 = 4.20 + 1.50

    but 1.50 is 1/4 of 6.00, not 1/4 of 4.20

    1/4 of 4.20 is $1.05

    How did you arrive at $5.70?

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