More Lessons for Grade 5
Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, stories, and songs to help Grade 5 students learn how to calculate the unit price.
The following diagram shows the unit price formula. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions on the unit price.
How to solve problems involving the unit price of goods?
1. Andrew spent $2.87 at the stationery store. If he bought 7 pens, how much did each pen cost?
2. A single-serving carton of yogurt costs 81 cents. A case of 12 single-serving cartons costs $9.12. How much is saved by buying the yogurt by the case?
3. Brand X costs $5.04 for 14 ounces. Brand Y costs 1 cent more per ounce. What is the cost of 10 ounces of Brand Y?
Which is the Better Buy?
Which is the better buy? We will calculate the unit price (rate) of each item to compare.
Finding a Unit Price
This presentation shows how to find the unit price of a product.
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