Ishwar S. answered • 07/01/18

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Hello Karina

Allow 'x' to be the cost of a battery.

12 batteries = $60

Therefore, 12x = $60

Solve for x by dividing each side by 12, you get

12x / 12 = $60 / 12

x = $5 (the cost of each battery)

Ishwar S.

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