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posted: 7/19/2013 4:40 AM

Pay attention to detail, retailers

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Pay attention to detail, retailers

On the cover of the July 17 Business section is a photograph of prices in what looks to be the produce section of a supermarket. The price reads: .32 LB. Unless the store is charging slightly less than 1/3 of one cent per pound the price screams to be written correctly. It can be written $0.32/LB or 32/LB.

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This mistake is made everywhere at retailers large and small. In fact, there are two in Glen Ellyn I could name here but I'll spare them the embarrassment and loss of revenue should someone insist on paying what their own sign says they are charging.

As a math teacher for nearly 25 years I do my best to teach students (and my own children) to pay attention to detail, mean what you say and say what you mean.

Janet Hubbard

Glen Ellyn

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