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Which pair of sneakers has the lowest sale price? 15% off $30 20% off $35 10% off $29 30% off $38

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The bigger the percent taken off, the lower the price
To find the final value just multiply the original price by ( 1 - percent/100) example: For: 15% off $30 $30 * (1-0.15) = 25.5 Do this for all 4 equations and see the lowest price

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A! Thanks!
@Luis_Rivera thats not correct. The original price is important aswell... 5% of 300€ is bigger than 6% of 100€
it's 10% off $29 :D
ughh, Who said anything about euros ?
no one ??
i was just giving an example
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