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Lee buys a computer and a printer for $2,028. The printer costs 30% of the price of the computer. What is the price of the computer?

Ms. Sue
Let x = the cost of the computer.
x + 0.3x = 2,028
1.3x = 2,028
x = 2,028/1.3
x = 1,560 
Parth
x=computer
x+30% of x= 2028
x+30/100 of x= 2028
1 x + 0.3 x=2028
x= 2028/1.3x= ans.
x=1560=ans.
ans=1560
1,560 is the answer 
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