# MATH

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15 PERCENT OF EIGHTY DOLLARS WILL BE TWELVE DOLLARS. SIMPLE WAY WOULD BE TO TAKE TEN PERCENT OF 80 IS 8 DOLLARS AND TAKE HAVE OF EIGHT COMES UP TO 4 THEN ADD 8 PLUS 4 WITH 12 BEING THE ANSWER. SUPPLY A SIMPLE WAY

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What is the question?

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How would you write the solution to solve the problem

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that's about as simple a way as I can see.

10% is easy to figure, and you go from there.

.15(80) = .10*80 + (.10*80)/2

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