A score is 20 and 2 dozen is 24 so the answer is 1
A dozen is 12; a score is 20. Thus a score is more than a dozen.
An alternative word which can be used to refer to 20 is one score.
A score contains 20. A dozen contains 12. You didn't ask, but a baker's dozen contains 13 and a gross is a dozen dozen or 144.
1 score = 20 1 dozen = 12 → ½ dozen = 6 20 - 6 = 14.
If twelve is the same as a dozen, then twenty would be the same as score.
the answer is 32
A dozen is twelve. A score is twenty. 12 to 20=6/10=3/5
One dozen = 12
Never heard of "bakers score" and "bakers gross", a bakers dozen is 13 because bakers used to throw in an extra bun for example if you ordered 12 buns, a baker would throw in one more making it thirteen, a score is 20 and a gross is 144, so if you go with the "bakers dozen" rule I suppose you add one to a score and one to a gross.