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A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels. How many individual heels did the shoemaker buy? A. 30 B. 120 C. 60 D. 15
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User: A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels. How many individual heels did the shoemaker buy? A. 30 B. 120 C. 60 D. 15

Weegy: if the shoemaker bought 30 PAIRS, then he will do 30 individual heels.
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A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels. The shoemaker bought 60 individual heels. 30 * 2 = 60
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