Subject: Why is retail gasoline priced in tenths of a cent?
Date: Thu Jul 27 19:17:06 2000
Posted by Robert Klein
Grade level: grad (non-science)
City: Potomac State/Province: MD
Area of science: Other
All gasoline pumps price the product in tenths of a cent, such as $1.60
9/10 per gallon. Is there any rational reason for this? Was there such a
reason when gas pumps were first developed?
Re: Why is retail gasoline priced in tenths of a cent?
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