Finding Unit Rate
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It's pretty easy, you need to find the unit rate, I'll show you how.
Why is she eating so many noodles..
Hey, I have a question. If I bought 15 packs of noodles for $26.83, how much does one pack cost?
If you want to know how much is one noodle pack, you would first need to divide the $26.83 that you spent on NOODLES and divide it by 15.
Haha, yeah okay, what's next?
Then what you get from dividing the $26.83 *that you spent on noodles* by 15, is your answer.
Oh, okay, I think I got it now!
Thanks for helping me out, I'm gonna go solve my problem, and buy less noodles next time.
No problem, have fun! And next time, don't spend your money on noodles.
If you bought 15 packs of noodles for $26.83, how much would it cost to buy one pack?
By: Noa ShteimanGrade: 7th
I got it! It would cost me $1.79 (rounded to nearest hundredth) to buy one pack of noodles! Next time I'll buy less noodles...