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"One and a half" or "half" more expensive or none of them are correct? Thank you very much! For example: Car No. 1 costs $100 while car No. 2 costs $150. So, car No. 2 is "one and a half/half" more expensive than car No. 2. Which one is correct "one and a half" or "half" or neither of them are correct? Thank you very much!!!!
Jan 15, 2016 9:51 AM
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Car two is is one a half times more expensive than car one. Or alternately you could say that car one is two thirds as expensive as car two.
January 15, 2016
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