Well...did you know that pepsi was origanally called brad drink and that a 12 oz was originally bought for 5 cents!!!Sweeter than Coke.
I bought this drink at hale and heartys
The cost of a hamburger and drink in 1976 would depend on where you got it from. For example a hamburger at McDonald's in 1976 cost 28 cents. A soft drink would cost 59 cents and a regular order of fries was 49 cents.
im guessing a vitamin water
Mixing a drink mix is a physical change.
No............ Dr. peper is
If 6 cans of soft drink cost $4.20 how much would it cost if I bought 10? So first we work out how much it cost to buy 1. 4.20 divided by 6 = 0.70 It cost 70 cents for 1 can of soft drink. Next we work out how much for ten. 0.7 x 10 = 7 This means that it costs $7 to buy 10 cans of soft drink.
they just got bought out
I'm pretty sure it was 10 cents
Yes. Dissolving drink mix does not change its chemical composition.
yes but it has to have been bought by youre elders but you can legaly drink at 16. by john waliulyt
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No, Pepsi bought the vending rights for the moon in 1981.
Most things are "store bought" for instance a cake would have store bought products in it. Not sure what you mean here.
can a 6 week old kitten drink powered milk mixed with water. the powered milk was bought at a pet shop
Just bought mine yesterday at smoke shop
In 1968, the minimum wage was $1.40 per hour. A six pack of Pepsi was 59 cents and a hot dog with a coke sold for 40 cents. A coffee or a soft drink cost 10 cents.
It is a physical change.
it costs 1.79 but they will charge you 12 additional cents for tax...
i dont know... i few cents i guess
The cost for a Coke was around 25 cents for a bottle. In most cases, the bottles could be recycled and you could get around 5 cents back.
Yes, its possible to change a person that drinks to a person that doesn't drink.
No. If you evaporate the water, the drink powder is left behind. No chemical change has taken place.