Cost - At The Home Depot we purchased glue, a 2x4, a bolt,...

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C. Cost of Project Making the coin dispenser took many ideas and different items to come up with the final project under the allowed cost of fifteen dollars. The group tried lots of different ways to make the device but the end project was the best thought and it was way under the fifteen dollar cost allowance. The items used in the project were the best the group could come up with for the price. We found the best deals at The Home Depot and we also used some stuff lying around our apartments that really have no value.
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Unformatted text preview: At The Home Depot we purchased glue, a 2x4, a bolt, washers, nuts, and S-screws. From our apartments we used cans, electrical tape, and cardboard. Some of the items did not come in exact size so the final cost took some calculations. Glue Price: $5.97 Amount Used 50% Ending Price 5.97/2 = $2.99 Broken 2x4 Price: $0.30 Bolt Price: $0.57 Washers Price: $0.96 Nuts Price: $0.98 S-screws Price: $0.98 3 Cans Price: $0.15 Cardboard Price: $0.05 Electrical Tape Price: $0.10 Total Cost: $7.08...
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