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with what? :)
Maria and Edwin have $23.00 each to spend at a book fair, where all students receive a 25% discount. They both want to purchase a copy of the same book, which normally sells for $26.50 plus 10% sales tax. To check if she has enough to purchase the book, Maria takes 25% of $26.50 and subtracts that amount from the normal price. She takes 10% of the discounted selling price and adds it back to find the purchase amount. Edwin takes 75% of the normal purchase price and then computes 110% of the reduced price. Is Maria correct? Is Edwin correct? Do they have enough money to purchase the book? Explain your answer using complete sentences.
I'll save you |dw:1442860278276:dw|
but seriously lets work
calling for help
only in 7th grade so don't really know this stuff
Lol Thanks Soooo Much :)
Its not for me its for my little sister
oh yea thats right hes troller he just goes a round trolling people
i dont mean too
I'm sorry nobody coming to help u and ur little sis I'l try to get more help
they are qwatching
sorry wish I could do more
idk what else to do
I'll just stay here
medal and fan to u
can u help her
26.50 + 10% -book Maria 23.50 -money 25% - discount what she did: 26.50 - 0.25 (26.50) = 26.50 + (0.25)(26.50) = then add those. That will be the purchase amount of the book that maria calculated. Edwin 23.50 -money 25% - discount what he did: 26.50 x 0.75 x 1.10% = That will be the purchase amount of the book that edwin calculated.