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Q: How much is 30 dozen?

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30 eggs = two and a half dozen.

One dozen of roses for $52 is better value than half a dozen roses for $30.

There are 30 dozen in a case, and 15 dozen in a box.

Two and a half dozen is equal to 30. Each dozen is 12, and a half a dozen is 6, so the equation you can use to figure that out is 12 x 2 + 6 = 30.

There are 12 in a dozen.

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In 1932, a dozen of eggs was anywhere between 10 cents to 30 cents.

A dozen is 12, so two dozen is 24. 24 - 30 = -6

30 eggs = two and a half dozen.

One dozen of roses for $52 is better value than half a dozen roses for $30.

There are 30 dozen in a case, and 15 dozen in a box.

12 times 3 equals 36.

A dozen is 12.

A dozen is twelve. A dozen dozen is 12 x 12 = 144

A dozen is 12. For an example a dozen donuts

I am reading my grandmother's diary from 1930. They had chickens and she sold her first dozen eggs for 30 cents, on December 4, 1930.

$9 30/12 =2.5 2.5*3.6=9

Two and a half dozen is equal to 30. Each dozen is 12, and a half a dozen is 6, so the equation you can use to figure that out is 12 x 2 + 6 = 30.

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