Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Prices"

The meaning of "Prices" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Prices and payments don't have to be in conventional money.?
A: It means "Prices and Payments" are not always used for money
Q: O que significa Prices are subject to change without notice?
A: It means that you could come another day and the price of the same item may be different than last time and no one is responsible for notifying you of that price change.

I think it's pretty self explanatory. They put this disclaimer on almost everything.
Q: O que significa Prices are subject to fluctuation.?
A: Prices might change

Synonyms of "Prices" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Prices are tending upward. e Prices are rising. ?
A:
Prices are trending upwards shows that although prices may sometimes fall in the long term they have been rising. e.g. The price of chicken is trending upwards this year though it fell in November.

Prices are rising is more about what's happening right now.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Prices are higher in Tokyo than in our hometown. e Prices are higher in Tokyo than those in our hometown. e Prices are higher in Tokyo than those are in our hometown. ?
A: Prices are higher in Tokyo than in our hometown. This is natural.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Prices vary widely with the season. e Prices range widely with the season. ?
A: They both have the same meaning.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Prices range from a low of $2 to a high of $6 e Prices vary from a low of $2 to a high of $6 ?
A: Same thing.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre while e whereas e Prices keep rising whereas our salaries remain unchanged ?
A: There is no difference between "while" and "whereas" when comparing or contrasting two things.

Personally, for this sentence, I would prefer "while" because the two things are continuously changing (the comparison is not fixed). So,

"Prices keep rising, while our salaries remain unchanged."

Other questions about "Prices"

Q: Prices in Tokyo are high.

Sound natural? Thanks in advance.
A: It sounds fine👌
Q: 1. Prices in xxx are high/cheap.
2. The cost of living in xxx is high/cheap. soa natural?
A: @ym8876 I think it sounds fine.
Q: Prices were also cheaper than other places. soa natural?
A: you could say.... Prices were cheaper than other places instead
Q: Prices are going up nowadays soa natural?
A: it's correct
Q: All of them sound natural?

1. Prices(in Korea)are increasing.
2. Prices are rising.
3. Prices are going up.

Should I say "The" before prices?
A: They are all correct. There is no need to add 'the' before but if you do that would be correct too

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