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# A baker sells a dozen donuts for 3.99 The cost to make three donuts is 0.45 How much is the total profit on 5 dozen donuts?

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Cost for making a dozen donuts is 1.8 dollars. Therefore the cost for making 5 dozens is 9 dollars. This implies that the profit one gets after selling five dozen donuts is 10.95 dollars.

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