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A school planned to buy x calculators for a total cost $216. Supplies agreed to offer a discount $.80 per calculator. the school was then able to get three extra calculators for the same amount of money. (a) orginal price of each calculator; (b) price of each calculator after the discount.

  • math (typo?) -

    It would help if you proofread your questions before you posted them.

    With a cost of $216, $.80 (80 cents) is not a significant discount to even be considered.

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