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The handwritten signs indicate that a piece of pie costs $.10\cancel{c}$ and a cup of coffee costs $.5\cancel{c}$. Assuming these are the actual prices, how many cups of coffee can you get for $\$ 1.00$?

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1 of 3Given that a cup of coffee costs $0.5 \space\text{cent}$,

We first need to know the pieces of pie in $1\space\text{cent},$ thus, we divide $1\space\text{cent}$ by $.5\space\text{cent}$.

Thus, we have,

$\dfrac{1\space\text{cent}}{.5\space\text{cent}}=2\space\text{cups of coffee}$

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