## T1W6 : How much is the apple?

1 apple costs as much as 2 oranges.

2 apples cost $1 more than 2 oranges.

What is the cost of 1 apple?

Friday, February 6, 2009 by bcps_maths WeeklyQuiz

2 apples cost $1 more than 2 oranges.

What is the cost of 1 apple?

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1 apple ($1) = 2 oranges ($0.50 each)

2 apples ($2) = 4 oranges ($2)

since 2 apples cost $1 more than 2 oranges : difference is 4 oranges -2 apples = $1

The cost of 1 apple = $1

2 oranges = $1

1 apple = $1

therefore 2 apples = $2 - $1(2oranges) = $1

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