Q: What is the math term for unit price?

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It is the price for 1 "item". The item may be a can, on 100 ml or 1 kilogram and the idea is that calculating the unit price allows comparison of things that are sold in different packaging.

The term unit is derived from the Latin word unus, meaning one. Source is from my Dictionary (the actual book, not the Internet).

Unit means one and polygon means many. So I've heard.

"Subset" IS the math term in this case.

unit price means is when you want to find out how much an invendular thing cost ex.. 15 socks cost 5.50$ and you want to find out how much each cost you need to divid 15 by 15 and 15 and by 5.50$ and you get 2.27

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Usually stated as price per unit: This is a generic term that is used by all levels of purchasing, manufacturing and sales in business. The Sales department will most commonly use price per unit (or unit price) but not exclusively. It just means what the price is per individual item be it a transistor, bag of peas or a 737 aircraft.

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The term unit is derived from the Latin word unus, meaning one. Source is from my Dictionary (the actual book, not the Internet).

Usually stated as price per unit: This is a generic term that is used by all levels of purchasing, manufacturing and sales in business. The Sales department will most commonly use price per unit (or unit price) but not exclusively. It just means what the price is per individual item be it a transistor, bag of peas or a 737 aircraft.

Unit means one and polygon means many. So I've heard.