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before the year end sale one used car was priced at 8,925. During the sale the car was marked down to 7,586.25. By what percent was the car marked down?

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    8,925 - 7,586.25 = 1,338.75

    1,338.75 / 8,925 = ???

    Convert the decimal to a percent by multiplying by 100 or moving the decimal point two places to the right.

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