4.16: Better Buy: Buying More than One
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Which store has the better buy for one mug?
How much less are 2 mugs at that store?
Which store has the better buy for one soup bowl?
How much less are 3 soup bowls at that store?
Which store has the better buy for one water bottle?
How much less are 5 water bottles?
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Better Buy: Buying More Than One

Kitchen Place; \begin{align*}\$36 \div 6 = \$6\end{align*}
$36÷6=$6 for one mug at KitchenPlace, and \begin{align*}\$28 \div 4  \$7\end{align*}$28÷4−$7 for one mug at Dane’s Dishes. The difference in price of one mug is $1 so 2 mugs would be $2 less. 
Dane’s Dishes; \begin{align*}\$45 \div 5 = \$9\end{align*}
$45÷5=$9 for one soup bowl at Dan’s Dishes, and \begin{align*}\$50 \div 5 = \$10\end{align*}$50÷5=$10 for one soup bowl at KitchenPlace. The difference in price of one soup bowl is $1, so 2 bowls would be $2 less. 
Dane’s Dishes; \begin{align*}\$42 \div 7 = \$6\end{align*}
$42÷7=$6 for one water bottle at Dane’s Dishes, and \begin{align*}\$72 \div 9 = \$8\end{align*}$72÷9=$8 for one water bottle at KitchenPlace. The difference in price of one water bottle is $2, so 5 water bottles would be $10 less.
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Feb 23, 2012
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