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Mr.Martinez is comparing the price of oranges from several different markets. Which market's pricing guide is based on a constant unit price? A.

$\begin{matrix} \text{Number of Oranges} & \text{5} & \text{10} & \text{15} & \text{20}\\ \text{Total Cost (\$)} & \text{3.50} & \text{6.00} & \text{8.50} & \text{11.00}\\ \end{matrix}$

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B.
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$\begin{matrix} \text{Number of Oranges} & \text{5} & \text{10} & \text{15} & \text{20}\\ \text{Total Cost (\$)} & \text{3.50} & \text{6.50} & \text{9.50} & \text{12.50}\\ \end{matrix}$

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C.
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$\begin{matrix} \text{Number of Oranges} & \text{5} & \text{10} & \text{15} & \text{20}\\ \text{Total Cost (\$)} & \text{3.00} & \text{5.00} & \text{7.00} & \text{9.00}\\ \end{matrix}$

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D.
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$\begin{matrix} \text{Number of Oranges} & \text{5} & \text{10} & \text{15} & \text{20}\\ \text{Total Cost (\$)} & \text{3.00} & \text{6.00} & \text{9.00} & \text{12.00}\\ \end{matrix}$

Solution

VerifiedThe market's pricing guide for which the ratios are constant will be the one base on a constant unit price. Since:

$\dfrac{5}{3}=\dfrac{10}{6}=\dfrac{15}{9}=\dfrac{20}{12}$

Thus D is based on a constant unit price.

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