Cost per pound

You are faced with the following situation: - You want to buy a can of your favorite tuna, and you have three choices: 2oz for $0.99; 4.5oz for $1.69; or 12oz for $4.79. Which choice will give you the most value for your money, and how to calculate the price per pound? Perplex? The best choice is 4.5oz for $1.69.

While buying online or in-store, be careful not to get caught. Use PricePerLb.com on your smartphone and outsmart the stores!

While buying online or in-store, be careful not to get caught. Use PricePerLb.com on your smartphone and outsmart the stores!

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Price $ .

e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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Price $ .

e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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Price $ .

e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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Price $ .

e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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You can enter integers and decimals in *pounds* and *ounces* fields. The calculator adds them up automatically. If a value is *zero*, just skip the field.

Example 1: - If the item's label displays the weight as*3 lb 2 oz*, enter *3* in the *pounds* field, leave the *00 (decimal)* value unchanged, enter *2* in the *ounces* field, leave the *00 (decimal)* value unchanged, fill out the *Price* field and Calculate to get the price per pound.

Example 2: - If the item's label displays the weight as*1.4 lb*, enter *1* in the *pounds* field, enter *4* in the *00 (decimal)* field, leave the *ounces* fields unchanged, fill out the *Price* field and Calculate to calculate the cost per pound.

Example 1: - If the item's label displays the weight as

Example 2: - If the item's label displays the weight as

Example 3: - You are offered a box of chocolates labeled 750g at $6.50. How are you going to know the price per pound? - Go to the arrow *US*, select *g*. Type *750* and *6.50*, Calculate and the price per lb appears. The website has converted grams into pounds, and computed the price per pound.

Example 4: - Your sports shop has a new set of 50kg dumbbell weights at $139.99. How does that compare in price per pound with another set labeled 110lb and costing the same price? - You will need to use two tiles on this site to perform the comparison:

• In*Item1* write *50 kg dumbbells*. Then select *kg* in the drop-down menu and type *50* and *139.99*. Calculate and you'll see the price per pound. The site has converted kilograms into pounds, and found the price per pound.

• In*Item2* write *110 pounds dumbbells*. Then write *110* in the *pounds* field, and write the price. Calculate and you'll see the price per pound.

Example 4: - Your sports shop has a new set of 50kg dumbbell weights at $139.99. How does that compare in price per pound with another set labeled 110lb and costing the same price? - You will need to use two tiles on this site to perform the comparison:

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