I still have a question. My first one has been answered(I, but I am going to write it down anyways, incase it realtes to the first quesion.

(I)What is the cost of s dozen dozen apples at half a dozen dimes a dozen?

(II)(This one I don't understand)
What is the cost of a half dozen dozen apples at dozen a half a dozen?

Is that exactly what the question says?

Yes. There is no price so I didn't inderstand. Just by looking at the two could you tell which is more expensive?

Loria Loria answered
13 years ago

If you have 12 apples, 7 oranges, 8 pears and 9 kiwi, what percent of the fruit do the oranges represent?

Anonymous Anonymous answered
11 years ago

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Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
7 months ago

To answer the first question, "What is the cost of a dozen dozen apples at half a dozen dimes a dozen?", we can break it down like this:

- A dozen dozen apples means 12 x 12 = 144 apples.
- "Half a dozen dimes a dozen" means each dozen costs 6 x 10 cents = 60 cents.
- So, the cost of 144 apples at 60 cents per dozen is 144/12 x 60 cents = 12 x 60 cents = $7.20.

Now, let's move on to the second question, "What is the cost of a half dozen dozen apples at dozen a half a dozen?"

- A half dozen dozen apples means 6 x 12 = 72 apples.
- "Dozen a half a dozen" means each dozen costs 12 x 0.5 = 6.
- So, the cost of 72 apples at 6 cents per dozen is 72/12 x 6 cents = 6 x 6 cents = 36 cents.

Comparing the two answers, we can see that the cost of a dozen dozen apples is $7.20, while the cost of a half dozen dozen apples is 36 cents. Therefore, the dozen dozen apples at half a dozen dimes a dozen is more expensive than the half dozen dozen apples at dozen a half a dozen.

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