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If M I-pods cost U dollars, what do N I-Pods cost?

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New post 16 Jul 2020, 04:18
Let M = 15 I-pods cost U = 300 dollars,
1 I-Pod = 300/15 = 20$
N = 20 I-Pods cost = 20*20$ = 400$
OR,
(U/M)*N

Answer is B

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If M I-pods cost U dollars, what do N I-Pods cost?

Question: What is the price of N * I?

M*I = U dollars
I = U/M

Substituting I in N * I gives:
N * I = N * U/M = (N * U)/M

Answer B.
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New post 16 Jul 2020, 07:28
M I-Pod = U dollars
Then 1 I-Pod = U/M

Now what is N I-Pod?

Simply multiply N both sides,we get

N I-Pod = UN/M
Correct answer seems to be B.

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New post 16 Jul 2020, 11:12
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If M I-pods cost U dollars, what do N I-Pods cost?

A. MU/N
B. UN/M
C. MUN
D. 1/(MUN)
E. MN/U


Number plugging gives B :) price is U/M.... X N to get total cost of second ipod order
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Re: If M I-pods cost U dollars, what do N I-Pods cost?   [#permalink] 16 Jul 2020, 11:12

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