# Unit Rate: Spring Water Bottling

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Subject(s): Mathematics
Intended Audience: Educators
Keywords: kent koptiuch, nestle, waters, unit, rate, bottling, spring, madison, blue, manufacture, manufacturing, unit rate, factory
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