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Q: If eggs are 2.00 a dozen and cost 1.00 per poundhow much does each egg weigh?

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1.5 dozen = 18. The unit cost is misspecified and therefore ambiguous. At ten cents each, that would be 180 cents At ten cents for three, it would be 60 cents.

200 each/x dozen=12 each/1 dozen 200/12=16 dozen with 8 left over.

1-1/2 dozen = 18. There are six 3s in 18. Each 3 costs 10 cents,so the lot costs 6 x 10 = 60 cents.

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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$3.00

1.5 dozen = 18. The unit cost is misspecified and therefore ambiguous. At ten cents each, that would be 180 cents At ten cents for three, it would be 60 cents.

Eight dozen eggs is eight sets of twelve eggs each. Each dozen costs $2.50 So you have: $2.50 + $2.50 + $2.50 + $2.50 + $2.50 + $2.50 + $2.50 + $2.50 which is equal to 8 x $2.50, or $20

200 each/x dozen=12 each/1 dozen 200/12=16 dozen with 8 left over.

If each dozen costs 0.80 then you can get 33.75 dozens with 27

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