# 4.7.2. Weight

A family consumes 3 kilograms of bananas, 8 kilograms of apples, and 7 kilograms of oranges every month, where the prices of bananas, apples, and oranges are LE, LE, and LE per kilogram respectively. Determine how much the family pays for fruits every month.

• ALE
• BLE
• CLE
• DLE

### Example

A family consumes 3 kilograms of bananas, 8 kilograms of apples, and 7 kilograms of oranges every month, where the prices of bananas, apples, and oranges are LE, LE, and LE per kilogram respectively. Determine how much the family pays for fruits every month.

### Solution

To find how much the family pays for bananas, multiply the number of kilograms of bananas by the price per kilogram for bananas.

To find how much the family pays for apples, multiply the number of kilograms of apples by the price per kilogram for apples.

To find how much the family pays for oranges, multiply the number of kilograms of oranges by the price per kilogram for oranges.

Then, add LE to LE to LE.

So, the family pays LE for fruits every month.

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