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Natasha has been saving money to buy a new pair of running shoes. The pair she wants cost $132. She currently has $80. She saw an ad in the paper that the store is having a "1/3 off sale" Does she now have enough money to buy the shoes? if not how much more does she need. if Yes, how much will she have left over?

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Alison
no, she does not have enough. the shoes are $88 with the discount. so she needs $8. To figure this out, divide $132 by 3. multiply that by two and then you have the cost of the shoes.
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