Q: If six items cost one dollar and 20 cents how much would four items cost?

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$1.50 * 20/8 = $3.75

To mentally estimate the total cost of these items, we would substitute the following numbers 2, 1, 3.5, 10, and 6. By rounding to the half-dollar, the estimate would be 22.5. This assumes that the 98 is a 98-cent item. If it were a 98-dollar item, the estimate would be 119.5.

Write the 26 cents as 0.26 dollars (assuming that you are talking about dollar-cents), and multiply this by the number of liters.

There are ten cents in a dime. 1 = cent = 'penny' 5 = nickel 10 = dime 100 = dollar

With odd pricing, the cost of the product may be a few cents lower than a full-dollar value

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