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The most expensive fish to eat was a 222-kilogram bluefin tuna. It was sold at Tokyo's Tsukiji market for ?155.4 million ($1.8 million) at Japan's annual New Year auction in January 2013. This was equivalent to $8,000 per kilogram.


According to the Food Network, 1/3 to 1/2 pound of potatoes should be allocated per person when preparing mashed potatoes. When serving roasted potatoes, 2 1/2 pounds of potatoes should be allocated per person.


To calculate the price per pound, the total price is divided by the weight in pounds. For example, if 3 pounds of apples cost $5, then $5 is divided by 3 to arrive at the price per pound of $1.67.


Scrap collectors often publish the price of aluminum cans per pound on their websites. For example, the Montgomery Scrap Corp, which is located in Maryland, posts pricing information at ScrapMSC.com. Montgomery Scrap Corp pays 33 cents per pound, as of October 2015.


To find the most current price of iron per pound, visit a website that maintains commodity price charts, such as InfoMine or Quandl. The websites display prices of iron per metric ton, so use a pound-to-metric tons converter to figure out the price per pound.


The current daily price of iron fines as of August 2014 was $92.61 per ton, which equates to approximately 0.04 cents per pound. Scrap iron prices per pound vary depending on the facility purchasing the iron and any daily fluctuations in pricing.


Depending on the type of fish, you should serve between 1/3 a pound and a pound of fish per person. The types of fish are whole round, dressed, cleaned, fillets and steaks.


The price of beef per pound is affected by any factor that affects the beef supply chain, the number of cattle available for production or overall consumer demand for beef. Weather incidents, disease scares and drought can have an inflationary impact on beef prices, whereas decreasing transportation


According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the cost of a recreational fishing state fishing license in 2015 ranges from free to $68, depending on a variety of factors. Recreational license fees are based on residency, age, military service and disability.


As of 2014, the average price per pound for a butchered whole hog ranges from $2.30 to $3.50 per pound. The cost for purchasing half of a hog is around $4 per pound.