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A man goes to a Home Products store to make a purchase for his house. He walks up to the clerk to ask about costs.

The man asks: "How much for 6?", "3 dollars sir" replied the clerk.

"Well, how much for 12?" "That will be 6 dollars, sir"

"OK, then how much for 200?" "That's 9 dollars, sir."

What is the man buying?

The cost goes up the same amount with each question.

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He's buying address numbers for his house. I believe this has already been posted.

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A man goes to a Home Products store to make a purchase for his house. He walks up to the clerk to ask about costs.

The man asks: "How much for 6?", "3 dollars sir" replied the clerk.

"Well, how much for 12?" "That will be 6 dollars, sir"

"OK, then how much for 200?" "That's 9 dollars, sir."

What is the man buying?

buying for the digits, i.e. each digit costs $3.00

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already posted ... check this and this

you guys saw it coming ... thread locked

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