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to find the rate of discount... divide 180 by 600 then multiply by 100 got it?
let me write that out... \[\huge \text{rate} = \frac{\text{discount}}{\text{marked price}} \times 100\]
\[\huge \text{sale price} = \text{marked price} - \text{discount}\]
tell me if you still don't understand it
im still kind of confuse
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\[R=(180/600) * 100\]
this gives you your rate of discount which you need in order to find the sale price
actually forget that last one
the sale price equals the marked price minus the discount so \[SP=600-180\]

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