# Jasmine buys 2.25 kg of apples for $11.25. How much does 1 kg of apples cost?

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To find the cost of 1 kg of apples, divide the total cost by the total weight of apples purchased.

Cost of 1 kg of apples = Total cost / Total weight of apples

Given: Total cost = $11.25 Total weight of apples = 2.25 kg

So, Cost of 1 kg of apples = $11.25 / 2.25 kg =$5.00

Therefore, 1 kg of apples costs $5.00.

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