There's 2 apples, they both equal $0.40C each and if you double them it will equal 80C. and the bar is $1.80 and if you add them together you will get $2.60C

That's how I got it by trying to sort how much the apples cost and I found out that the apples were 40cents each and the first equation was 2 apples and 1 chocolate bar equals $2.60 and the bar is $1.80 and 2 apples are 40c= 80c and adding the $1.80 from the bar equals $2.60 and that's my way!!

We think it is $1.80 because when we look at the first equation it was $2.60, and It had 2 apples, one chocolate, and the second one had 1 apple and cost 2.20 and the difference is 40c off. So we took off 40c from the 2nd equasion and is 1.80.....:)

This is all very interesting and educational but I think that the point we are all overlooking here is...why didn't anyone buy me chocolate? I like chocolate. A lot.

We think that the chocolate bar is $1.80c.

ReplyDeleteJesiah & Kingston

How did you get $1.80c?

DeleteStarford & Nezinli

Jephte & Richard and Kamire think it is 1.30 because $1+$1=$2 and 30+30=60 and thats how we got it

DeleteI agree with jesiah I thik it's 1.80

ReplyDeletePlease explain your thinking! How did you arrive at $1.80?

ReplyDeleteJesiah & Kingston

ReplyDelete$1.80 + 40c equals $2.20

$1.80 + 40c + another 40c equals $2.60

Yes I agree with your way how to explain with the work instead of explaining about the answer

DeleteI like your work Kingston and Jesiah! How did you decide to use 40 cents in your equation?

DeleteThere's 2 apples, they both equal $0.40C each and if you double them it will equal 80C. and the bar is $1.80 and if you add them together you will get $2.60C

ReplyDelete2 Apples 40c each=80c + chocolate= $1.80= $2.60

I agree with you tui I think 1 chocolate bar is 1.80C. But how did you get it?

DeleteJasmine

I do agree with you Tui because I do think that 1 chocolate bar cost $1.80c which is right. But the question is? How did you get it.

DeleteDavid...

That's how I got it by trying to sort how much the apples cost and I found out that the apples were 40cents each and the first equation was 2 apples and 1 chocolate bar equals $2.60 and the bar is $1.80 and 2 apples are 40c= 80c and adding the $1.80 from the bar equals $2.60 and that's my way!!

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ReplyDeleteWe agree with Jesiah and Kingston that each apple cost 40c and each chocolate bar cost $1.80

$1.80 + 40c = $2.20

$1.80 + 80c = $2.60

We think it is $1.80 because when we look at the first equation it was $2.60, and

ReplyDeleteIt had 2 apples, one chocolate, and the second one had 1 apple and cost 2.20 and the difference is 40c off. So we took off 40c from the 2nd equasion and is 1.80.....:)

Thanks Starford, now I can see where everyone was getting the 40 cents for one apple. I think equasion should be equation.

DeleteThis is all very interesting and educational but I think that the point we are all overlooking here is...why didn't anyone buy me chocolate? I like chocolate. A lot.

ReplyDeleteWow just wow

ReplyDeleteWow great working out

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