# ALGEBRA

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A magazine advertises its \$12 annual subscription price as 70% off the newsstand price. What is the number of dollars per year a reader would spend if the magazine were purchased at the newsstand price?

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12 = .30 P
P = 12/.3 = 120/3 = \$40

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Thanks again, I understand it now.

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