Can you solve this Mind Tickler puzzle?

A former chemist opened a science-themed candy shop, and he had some special offers for the first week: 

1.) 10 Neutrons and 10 Electrons: 55 cents (save 5 cents)

2.) 5 Electrons and 10 Protons: $1 (save 10 cents)

3.) 25 Neutrons: 40 cents (save 10 cents)

What would be the full price of 1 Neutron, 1 Electron, and 1 Proton?

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  • 1 month ago

    Neutrons - 2 cents

    Electrons - 4 cents

    Protons - 9 cents

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  • Bill B
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    1 Neutron is 2 Cents

    1 Electron is 4 Cents

    1 Proton is 9 Cents

    • Days of You’re
      Lv 7
      1 month agoReport

      So the answer is 15 cents. The full price of 1 Neutron, 1 Electron, and 1 Proton is 15 cents.

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