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- Fractions: As easy as ABC! > Fractions Exercise 3 > 4
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A shop sells calculators and phones.

`2/3` of the calculators is equal to `6/11` of the phones in the shop.

There are a total of 260 phones and calculators in the shop.

Each calculator at the shop cost the shopkeeper $18.

If the shopkeeper sells all the calculators at a price of $23.45 each, how much will he earn?

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*Notes to students*

*Round your answer off to 2 decimal places*

The correct answer is :

**637.65**