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Tabitha bought peppers that cost \$0.79 per pound. she paid \$3.95 for the peppers. how many pounds of peppers did she buy? ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 09.03.2020 13:49, cpalabamagirl2595
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