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Anthony bought five bars of
chocolate of the same kind, each of the same price. If π is the cost of each chocolate
bar, solve five π equals 25 to determine π.

Weβre told in the question that
Anthony buys five bars of chocolate with the same value. The letter π represents the cost
of one bar. Therefore, the cost of five bars is
equal to five π. Our equation is equal to 25. Therefore, the total cost of the
five bars equals 25. In this question, weβre not given
the units. So we donβt need to worry if the 25
is in cents, pence, or any other currency.

We have been asked to solve the
equation to determine π. This is an example of a one-step
equation as we only need to carry out one calculation to solve the equation. Remember, when solving an equation,
you need to perform the same operation to both sides. This keeps the equation
balanced. In this case, weβll divide both
sides of the equation by five. We do this because multiplying by
five and dividing by five are reciprocal or inverse operations.

Five π divided by five is equal to
π. The fives cancel as five divided by
five is equal to one. 25 divided by five is equal to
five. This means that the value of π in
the equation five π equals 25 is five. In the context of this question,
the cost of each chocolate bar is five units.