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posted by Kaylee .
This is another message from my previous question.
Would the second pair of shoes be $120?
Then, you would add those together and get $200.
Now, I'm stuck.
ould you make $200 a percent hten subtract it by the sum of 60% and 80%.
If so, you get 50%.

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