Caylie00
  • Caylie00
Jose is purchasing 4 dress shirts that cost $28 each and 2 pairs of pants that cost $38 each. The items are all on sale for 35% off. How much money will Jose save by purchasing them on sale instead of at full price? Can someone help me step by step
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you know as the first step?
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
to find the cost of everything right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes. Please do that.

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Caylie00
  • Caylie00
okay hold on
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
shirts in all are 112 pants are 76
anonymous
  • anonymous
Good. Now, add all of that together and get?
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
188
anonymous
  • anonymous
Now, how do you find out how much he saved knowing it has 35% discount?
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
188-35%
anonymous
  • anonymous
Know how to make a decimal from a percentage?
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
you move the . two spaces to the left
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm being attentive here. Can you do the same?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes. 188*0.35 is?
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
65.8?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If that is what your calculator says. You got to trust your calculator. Check it twice to confirm.
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
okay :)
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
yes that is what it says
anonymous
  • anonymous
Good. Can you summarize what we just did?
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
To find how much hey owed buy adding the tottal of how much the clothes cost, by adding them together. Then we found the discount by taking the tottal of clothes and multiplying it by the % we changed into a decimal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, but you multiplied the clothes and then added together and then multipled by percent to get savings. Good job!
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
right thank you so much for your help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Remember, when you see a sign that says % off... just multiply it by the purchase price and subtract it by that price. Or, simply take the total ... like 10% off, then multiply purchase price by 90% to get new price.
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
thank you you are a lot of help.!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're welcome. God bless.
Caylie00
  • Caylie00
You aswell :)

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