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18 bananas cost the same as 12 apples, and 12 apples cost the same as 8 oranges, so 18 bananas cost the same as <math>8 \Rightarrow \mathrm {(B)}</math> oranges. | 18 bananas cost the same as 12 apples, and 12 apples cost the same as 8 oranges, so 18 bananas cost the same as <math>8 \Rightarrow \mathrm {(B)}</math> oranges. | ||
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Revision as of 19:31, 1 May 2020
Problem
At Frank's Fruit Market, 3 bananas cost as much as 2 apples, and 6 apples cost as much as 4 oranges. How many oranges cost as much as 18 bananas?
Solution
18 bananas cost the same as 12 apples, and 12 apples cost the same as 8 oranges, so 18 bananas cost the same as oranges.
See Also
2007 AMC 12B (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | |
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