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i dont get this one... a travel agency offers a trip for $550. there is a 10% service fee... if you dont get 30% off the price, how much will you pay for a service fee??

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  1. anonymous
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    10/100 = x/550 x = your service fee.

  2. anonymous
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    the next question says you get a 30% off whats the price includeing service of 10%?

  3. anonymous
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    30/100 = x/550. Solve for x. Now we find the new service fee. 10/100 = x/whatever u got for the first part. solve for x. now add your new service fee to what you got for the first part.

  4. anonymous
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    Oh I forgot for the first part subtract whatever you got for x from 550.

  5. anonymous
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    x= 423.5?

  6. anonymous
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    Correct you got it! :D

  7. anonymous
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    and if theres no service fee at all does it cost 55

  8. anonymous
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    *30% off sorry

  9. anonymous
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    what do you mean?

  10. anonymous
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    if you bought the $550 trip before the 30% off but including the 10% service..10/100 = x/550... 100x = 5500/100 x=55? is that how i do it or no

  11. anonymous
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    Thats right and you add the service fee to 550

  12. anonymous
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    oh right :P thank youuuuuuu

  13. anonymous
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    no problem man :) I'm gone for the night though. Hope you get help with whatever else you need. There are a lot of people here who can help you

  14. anonymous
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    ya actually that was my last problem thank you sleep nice

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