An apple costs \$1. An orange costs \$9 more than the apple. A watermelon costed \$5 more than the orange. If I.........

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An apple costs \$1.

An orange costs \$9 more than the apple.

A watermelon costed \$5 more than the orange.

If I buy one of these 3, what is the total amount I have to pay?

posted Aug 11, 2016

Total = \$26.

Solution:

The cost of an apple is \$1
Since it is mentioned that the orange is \$9 more than the apple.

Cost of orange = \$10;

Also watermelon costed \$5 more than the Orange.

So cost of watermelon = \$15

So if I buy all 3 the total I have to pay is;

1 + 10 + 15 = \$26

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