With the following answer choices:

1 1/2

1 11/25

1 12/25

25/36
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To find dollars per pound we divide the dollars by the pounds: 9/20÷5/16=9/20×16/5=9/5×4/5=36/25 dollars per pound=1 11/25 dollars per pound, answer 2.

answered Oct 11 by Rod Top Rated User (592,760 points)

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