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Bradley
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Please teach me. Thank you

Date Posted: 1 week ago
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snell
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1 week ago
unit cost
a: 1u
p: 3u

cost
2 p + 2 a = 2u+6u = 8u

1/6 = 8u
1/4 x 5/6 = 5/4 x 1/6 = 5/4 x 8u = 10u


no. of apples using 10u = 10

total 12 apples


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Mary for one papaya can buy 3 apples instead.

For two papayas, Mary can buy 6 apples. Assuming that Mary buy all apples using 1/6 of her money, she can buy 6+2=8 apples.

For the remaining of her money left (5/6 of her money), she can buy=8*5=40 apples. Hence 1/4 of her remaining money, she can buy 40/4=10 apples.

Total apples Mary buy is 10 plus the two apples she buy initially =12 apples
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