> > If a represent the number of apples purchase at 15 centa each and B represents the number of banana purchase at 10 cents each, which of the following representa the total value of the purchase A. A+B B. 2.5 (A+B) C. 10A + 15B D.15A + 10B

# If a represent the number of apples purchase at 15 centa each and B represents the number of banana purchase at 10 cents each, which of the following representa the total value of the purchase A. A+B B. 2.5 (A+B) C. 10A + 15B D.15A + 10B

## If a represent the number of apples purchase at 15 centa each and B...

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### If a represent the number of apples purchase at 15 centa each and B represents the number of banana purchase at 10 cents each, which of the following representa the total value of the purchase A. A+B B. 2.5 (A+B) C. 10A + 15B D.15A + 10B

If a represent the number of apples purchase at 15 centa each and B represents the number of banana purchase at 10 cents each, which of the following representa the total value of the purchase A. A+B B. 2.5 (A+B) C. 10A + 15B D.15A + 10B

Number of apples purchased = A Cost of each apple = 15 cents Then The total cost of 15 apples = 15A Number of bananas purchased = B Cost of each banana = 10 cents Then Cost of 10 bananas = 10B So The total value of purchase = 15A + 10B So the correct option among all the options given in the question is option "D",.
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