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The list price of an item is $ 78.99 and the net price is $ 56.67 . Determine the amount of discount.

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    78.99 - 56.67 = 22.32

    22.32 / 78.99 = ?

    Multiply the decimal quotient by 100 to find the percent of discount.

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    Ok thanks

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