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anonymous

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Attached File in the comments. ^_^

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    The blank is what needs to be filled

  3. anonymous
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    For number one I got $69 (for the amount of discount)

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    How did you get $69?

  5. anonymous
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    Close...$69 is the sale price. Meaning it's the total price once you're subtracted the discount, but $69 is not the *amount of discount*.

  6. Hero
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    tehepicninja, what course are you currently taking?

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    amount of discount for ist one is $23 ....................................2nd ........ $234 sales price is 7800- 234 = $7566 ....................................3rd ...........$63 .................................... = $567

  8. precal
    • 4 years ago
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    To calculate your discount take your price and multiply it to .25 for (25%) 92(.25)=discount to calculate your sale price take your price and multiply it to .75 for (75%) 92(.75)=sale price

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