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− | The unit price for a can of soda (in quarters) is <math>\frac{S}{Q}</math>. Thus, the number of cans which can be bought for <math>D</math> dollars (<math>4D</math> quarters) is<math> \boxed {\textbf{(B)} \frac{4DS}{Q}}</math> | + | The unit price for a can of soda (in quarters) is <math>\frac{S}{Q}</math>. Thus, the number of cans which can be bought for <math>D</math> dollars (<math>4D</math> quarters) is<math> \boxed {\textbf{(B)} \frac{4DS}{Q}}</math> |
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Latest revision as of 01:08, 19 February 2018
Problem
Suppose cans of soda can be purchased from a vending machine for quarters. Which of the following expressions describes the number of cans of soda that can be purchased for dollars, where 1 dollar is worth 4 quarters?
Solution 1
The unit price for a can of soda (in quarters) is . Thus, the number of cans which can be bought for dollars ( quarters) is
See Also
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