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TheEdwardsFamily
 one year ago
HElp please!!!!!
Two stores sell the same refrigerator for the same original price. Store A advertises that the refrigerator is on sale for 15% off the original price. Store B advertises that it is reducing the refrigerator’s price by $150. When Stephanie compares the sale prices of the refrigerator in both stores, she concludes that the sale prices are equal.
Which equation models this situation?
Let p represent the refrigerator’s original price.
A.
0.85p = p – 150
B.
0.85(p – 150) = p
C.
0.15p = p − 150
D.
0.15p = p + 180
TheEdwardsFamily
 one year ago
HElp please!!!!! Two stores sell the same refrigerator for the same original price. Store A advertises that the refrigerator is on sale for 15% off the original price. Store B advertises that it is reducing the refrigerator’s price by $150. When Stephanie compares the sale prices of the refrigerator in both stores, she concludes that the sale prices are equal. Which equation models this situation? Let p represent the refrigerator’s original price. A. 0.85p = p – 150 B. 0.85(p – 150) = p C. 0.15p = p − 150 D. 0.15p = p + 180

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0not sure but i think b you dont have to litsen to me

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0go with \[0.85p = p – 150\]

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The answer is C because to take off 15%, you will have to multiply by P,and you are subtracting 150 off on store B so you know the answer is C. :)
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