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A skateboard is priced at $92.00 and is reduced by 20% a) what is the amount of the discount on the skateboard ? b) calculate the new price of the skateboard.

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hmm ... what is 20% of 92?
i don't know ? :S
460 ?

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460 eh .... not quite :)
lets do this; a percent is a division of 100 peices so we need to divide 92 into 100 peices 92/100 = 1%
and we need to know how much 20 of those peices is worth (92/100) * 20
18.4 ?
18.4 is good :)
$18.40 is better for an answer if we format it right
I been doing my hmwrk wrong then
there are other methods; but this one seems to be the most intuitive for me
now since the discounted $18.40 from $92.00; we simply subtract the 2
92.00 18.40 ------ 73.60 is the new price right?
yep ! :)
Thank-you !
what would thenew price be of the skateboard ?

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