Q: What is the unit price at 6 ounces for 90 cents?

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$1 = 100 cents → 90 cents/$2.70 = 90 cents/(2.70 × 100 cents) = 90 cents/270 cents = 90/270 = 1/3

90 cents / 1 dollar = 90 cents/100 conets = 90/100 = 9/10

Imagine you have 20 objects at a cost of $90. Then the unit rate (the cost of one object) will be found by division. here $90 ÷ 20 = $4.50 (the unit price)

90 pounds is 1,440 ounces.

90 cents = 9/10 of a dollar

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$1 = 100 cents → 90 cents/$2.70 = 90 cents/(2.70 × 100 cents) = 90 cents/270 cents = 90/270 = 1/3

Typically UNIT PRICE is "price per unit volume" or "price per unit weight." In this case, you did not say how much tomato sauce was in each can, so the two typical "unit prices" I mentioned are not possible to calculate. The reason that these are best is that its necessary to compare prices as each package or can, etc., can contain more or less product. A very large can can be cheaper or sometimes more expensive then a smaller can of the same product, even within the same exact brands. If you want the price per unit, and your unit is "a can of unknown quantity", then your unit price per can is: $4.50/ 5Cans = $0.90/Can, or 90 cents per can-unit.

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