# Sam's Club sells a 12-pound bag of potatoes for $8.75. What was the unit price of potatoes per pound?

$0.7292 or approximately 72.9 cents

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To find the unit price of potatoes per pound at Sam's Club:

- Divide the total cost of the 12-pound bag of potatoes by the number of pounds in the bag.
- $8.75 ÷ 12 pounds =$0.7292 per pound

So, the unit price of potatoes per pound at Sam's Club is approximately $0.73.

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