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Coretta buys a pair of jeans that is on sale for 20% off. The regular price is marked at $27.00. What is the sale price of the pair of jeans.

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x=5.4 . so 20% is 5.40, so you subtract the original price, minus this 5.40:) total:14.60
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omg liliy how are you so smart?
math is my weak subject:( wish i waas good at it
lol. idk. its a gift. i legit just love math.
ahaha thanks for the help
General Formula Original Price - Discount = Sales Price
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Or more simply: x - %x = y x = original price y = sales price
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The answer is 21.60 not 14.60 because you are subtracting 5.40 from $27 not $20
Sorry to say Lily is incorrect :(
I feel ashamed for not actually calculating it myself.
You are right @YY

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