Supermarket Maths: Pots, Pans and Capacity

Lidl provides us with this week’s Supermarket Maths Problem. We have a load of pots and casserole dishes at various different prices and various different volumes. With that in mind, which pot offers the best value for money per litre?

You might also spot the tea towels at the bottom left, which begs the question of the area of a tea towel and how much it costs per square centimetre. Finally, you might find out what percentage decrease there was from the Cast Iron Roasting Dish from its previous price.

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