A small bottle of lemonade is half the size of a large bottle. The small bottle costs 80p and the large bottle costs £1.50. Amir buys 4 smal

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A small bottle of lemonade is half the size of a large bottle. The small bottle costs 80p and the large bottle costs £1.50. Amir buys 4 small bottles. How much would he save if he buys the same amount of lemonade in large bottles?

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Katherine 1 week 2021-09-15T08:12:33+00:00 2 Answers 0

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    2021-09-15T08:13:41+00:00

    the answer to your question is 0.20

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    2021-09-15T08:13:56+00:00

    80p = 80 cents

    £1.50 = $1.50.

    (changing the signs, that’s it)

    So if a small bottle is half the size of a large bottle, and is 80 cents.

    Amir buys 4 bottles, so 0.80 * 4 = 320 = $3.20.

    Now 4 small bottles is the same as 2 large ones, so if he bought 2 large bottles: $1.50 * 2 = $3.00.

    $3.20 – $3.00 = 0.20 cents.

    Amir would’ve saved 0.20

    P.S. What is “p” in European money

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