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October 14, 2019// Blog//

1 pound of broccoli will cost 15 cents more than 1 pound of carrots.

To get the price of 1 pound of (something), you divide the existing amount of it by itself to get 1. For example, you have 2.4 pounds of carrots, so divide 2.4 by 2.4 to get 1 pound of carrots.

Next, you divide the price by the weight, so in this case it’s $1.68 divided by 2.4 to get the price of 1 pound of carrots, which is 0.70 or 70 cents.

Apply to broccoli, find the price of 1 pound of broccoli, figure out the difference and there’s your answer of 15 cents more 🙂