MauriceLong
I NEED HELP.
FIND THE MISSING VALUE.



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baldymcgee6
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I can't find it.

lgbasallote
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that's why it's missing

baldymcgee6
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ahh, maybe someone else can find it.

lgbasallote
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error

MauriceLong
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dw:1350876856555:dw

lgbasallote
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to find the rate of discount... divide 180 by 600 then multiply by 100
got it?

lgbasallote
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let me write that out... \[\huge \text{rate} = \frac{\text{discount}}{\text{marked price}} \times 100\]

lgbasallote
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\[\huge \text{sale price} = \text{marked price}  \text{discount}\]

lgbasallote
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tell me if you still don't understand it

MauriceLong
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im still kind of confuse

lgbasallote
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with what?

kaylific
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would you like me to help?

kaylific
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\[R=(180/600) * 100\]

kaylific
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this gives you your rate of discount which you need in order to find the sale price

kaylific
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actually forget that last one

kaylific
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the sale price equals the marked price minus the discount so \[SP=600180\]