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Eight 4m rope costs = $16

so, the cost of single 4m rope is = $16/8 = $2

Therefore a single meter of rope would cost = $2/4 = $0.5 or 1/2 dollars
ago by Level 4 User (5.7k points)

Eight 4m lengths=32m, costing $16, so 1m costs 16/32=$0.50 or 50c.

ago by Top Rated User (775k points)

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