For the price of one pineapple, I will buy two oranges. For the price of three oranges, I will buy four apples. I will buy 6 bananas for the price of three apples. What is the price of one banana if I pay 1 euro for one pineapple?

Correct answer:

B =  0.1875 Eur

Step-by-step explanation:

A=1 Eur 1 A=2P P=A/2=1/2=21=0.5 Eur  3P=4J J=3/4 P=3/4 0.5=83=0.375 Eur  3J=6 B B=3/6 J=3/6 0.375=163 Eur=0.1875 Eur

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