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    If a baseball and a bat cost £1.10 together, and the bat costs £1.00 more than the ball, how much does the ball cost?
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    (Original post by Souljer)
    If a baseball and a bat cost £1.10 together, and the bat costs £1.00 more than the ball, how much does the ball cost?
    £0.05
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    (Original post by Souljer)
    If a baseball and a bat cost £1.10 together, and the bat costs £1.00 more than the ball, how much does the ball cost?
    lol yea 5p xD
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    That is one very cheap ball ngl
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    Are you sure these amounts are correct?
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    Lol at the people saying 5p

    Baseball Bat and Ball = £1.10

    Baseball Bat = £1.00
    Ball = 10p

    Duhh
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    could be 0p if you had to pay 5p for the bag
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    (Original post by Not So Average)
    Lol at the people saying 5p

    Baseball Bat and Ball = £1.10

    Baseball Bat = £1.00
    Ball = 10p

    Duhh
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    (Original post by Not So Average)
    Lol at the people saying 5p

    Baseball Bat and Ball = £1.10

    Baseball Bat = £1.00
    Ball = 10p

    Duhh
    you're not very bright are ya?
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    (Original post by Not So Average)
    Lol at the people saying 5p

    Baseball Bat and Ball = £1.10

    Baseball Bat = £1.00
    Ball = 10p

    Duhh
    Heres a lamp bruh, you need it to brighten up a bit:


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    (Original post by Not So Average)
    Lol at the people saying 5p

    Baseball Bat and Ball = £1.10

    Baseball Bat = £1.00
    Ball = 10p

    Duhh
    It's £0.05p, if the bat is £1 more than the £0.10p ball that would make the bat £1.10p, making the final price £1.20p. Whereas if the ball is £0.05p and the bat is £1.00 more, that makes it £1.05 + £0.05 = £1.10p. I thought it was 10p at the start
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    (Original post by jokesonyou)
    could be 0p if you had to pay 5p for the bag
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    It should be 10p I dc what anyone tells me


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    5p
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    I just asked both my parents and they both said 10p for the ball :sigh:
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    Technically the OP has asked 2 different questions.


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