The tables show the cost of different numbers of t-shirts ordered at two different stores, Store P and Store Q: Store P Number of T-shirts C

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The tables show the cost of different numbers of t-shirts ordered at two different stores, Store P and Store Q: Store P Number of T-shirts Cost (in \$) 3 \$18 6 \$36 9 \$54 Store Q Number of T-shirts Cost (in \$) 2 \$10 4 \$20 8 \$40 Which of these explains which store has a better buy? (5 points) Store Q, because the ratio of the number to the cost is 1:6 in Store P and 1:5 in Store Q Store Q, because the ratio of the number to the cost is 6:1 in Store P and 5:1 in Store Q Store P, because the ratio of the number to the cost is 3:21 in Store P and 2:12 in Store Q Store P, because the ratio of the number to the cost is 21:3 in Store P and 12:2 in Store Q

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store p

number

of t-shirts cost (in \$)

3 \$18

6 \$36

9 \$54

store q

number

of t-shirts cost (in \$)

2 \$10

4 \$20

8 \$40

Store q, because the ratio of the number to the cost is 1: 6 in store p and 1: 5 in store q.