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b or 2, just plug these equations into your graphing calculator then check the graph to see the image. if it matches up then that's your answer!
Step-by-step explanation: Unit price means the cost per unit, in this case the cost per watermelon. Since we know that it costs $3.60 for 4 watermelons, to find the cost for 1 watermelon, we need to divide 4 into $3.60 or 4 into 3.60.
4 divides into 36 9 times and 9 x 4 is 36 so we put 36 and the 36 and subtract. Finally, we bring up the decimal point and put a zero in front of it to get 0.9 which means that each watermelon cost 90 cents.
So the unit price is 90 cents per watermelon.
I attached my long division in the image provided.
You are solving for the price of one watermelon (a unit of watermelon).
What is given to you is the price of 4 watermelons, or $3.60. To solve, simply divide $3.60 with 4:
3.60/4 = 0.90
$0.90 is your answer.
Remember to add the hundredth place value (0), as money goes to the hundredth place value.