Q: What is the cost of 100g if 50 costs 40p?

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First of all you need to work out the cost of One gram 40/12=3.33333333 pence Then multiply the cost of One gram by 600 to get the cost of Six hundred grams 3.33333333*600 = 2000 pence or £20.00 -------------------------------------------- Alternatively 600/12 = 50 and 50 times 48 pence = 2000 pence or £20.00

50% off is the same as saying the shirt costs 50% of its original cost. 50% of original cost = 19.50*50/100 = 9.75

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In the 5th month they cost the same. Before and after that the costs are different.

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Between 40p - £4, 50

First of all you need to work out the cost of One gram 40/12=3.33333333 pence Then multiply the cost of One gram by 600 to get the cost of Six hundred grams 3.33333333*600 = 2000 pence or £20.00 -------------------------------------------- Alternatively 600/12 = 50 and 50 times 48 pence = 2000 pence or £20.00

50% of 40 is 20.Therefore the answer is 20p.

Silicon is the second most abundant element in the Earth's crust, and the eighth most abundant in the Universe. So you can get as much of it as you want for totally free. Just go down to the beach and scoop up a few handfuls of "silicon-dioxide" ... sand. Any cost for silicon is the cost of purifying the raw stuff. I found the following on-line: Cost, bulk: $0.14 per 100g Cost, industrial pure: $5.40 per 100g Cost, electronic pure: $276 per 100g

It costs $50 and up.

50% off is the same as saying the shirt costs 50% of its original cost. 50% of original cost = 19.50*50/100 = 9.75

It costs 50 Minerals.

It costs about 50-100 dollars

An apple costs $.50 to $1.00

it costs £7.00 for 50 grams

it costs 50 cents

Total cost = variable cost + fixed cost fixed cost = 50 fixed cost per unit = 50 / 500 = .1 total cost = 2 + .1 = 2.1 per unit