Cheaper by the dozen

1. May 26, 2005

Jimmy Snyder

There's an item in the store, the price of which is 2 for a dollar. 36 can be had for 2 dollars and 475 will cost you 3 dollars. What is the item?

2. May 26, 2005

JamesU

The cheaper by the dozen DVD because nobody wants to buy it?

3. May 26, 2005

BicycleTree

I have seen this before.

4. May 26, 2005

DarkEternal

guess: numbers, the metal ones, for house addresses?

5. May 27, 2005

Jimmy Snyder

DarkEternal, of course, is correct. And so, probably, is BicycleTree.

6. May 27, 2005

ArielGenesis

i don't get what DarkEternal means...

7. May 27, 2005

Rahmuss

You know how you can buy the actual numbers to nail up on your house for your address? Let's say each one costs $1.00. Now read what he has up top. The number "2" will cost...$1.00. The numbers "3" and "6" (36) will cost you $2.00. And the numbers "4", "7" and "5" will cost you$3.00.