10. a 5-1b bag of apples costs

$4.50, and an 8-1b bag of the

same type of apples costs $...

Mathematics, 28.01.2020 02:31 Janupedia

# 10. a 5-1b bag of apples costs

$4.50, and an 8-1b bag of the

same type of apples costs $7.52.

greg found the unit price, which

is the constant of proportionality

between cost and weight, for

each bag of apples. what is the

difference in the unit prices?

a. $0.04 per pound

b. $0.12 per pound

c. $0.16 per pound

d. $0.21 per pound

(awarding brainliest)

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