The shampoo you like to use is on sale. But you only get the lower price if you buy 3 bottles...?
...You want to know how much you'll save
What is the formula?
s=sales price per bottle
r=regular price per bottle
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3, since you buy 3 bottles. c is the total cost savings.
it will be c= 3(r-s)
The best way to go about this is to make up a scenario:
Suppose shampoo costs $5 per bottle, which would amount to $15 if you purchased thee bottles. However, you can buy 3 bottles for $12
To find the sales price, you would divide $12/3 = $4. So you're basically saving $3
so in essence
r = $5
s = $4
c = $3 ($1 per bottle)
As for a formula:
It will in general be
Regular Price - Sales Price = Cost Savings...so
r - s = c
In this case $5 - $4 = $1 meaning you'll save $1 per bottle.
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nah. but you need to buy 3 bottles remember? @hero
apoorvk, are you sure you read everything I posted? If you're saving $1 per bottle, and you buy three bottles, $1 times 3 = a total cost savings of $3. I already addressed buying 3 bottles. If you have a better explanation, you should provide one rather than trying to negate mine.
For three bottles:
3(r - s) = 3c
ohkay. i somehow missed the last line. sorry, my bad!
but, 'c' is the total savings already, and not the savings per bottle, so i guess just "c=3(r-s)" shall do.
@apoorvk , you speak too fast
r = $5
s = $4
c = $1
3(r - s) = 3c
3(5 - 4) = 3
15 - 12 = 3
3 = 3
c = $1 in this case
I originally posted c = $3
The correct equation stands at 3(r - s) = 3c
umm. right, i did speak too fast there. dumb me. apologies once again. silly me!