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A vendor reduces an item listed at $140 on July 1st by 20%, and then reduces it another 25% on September 1st. What is the sale price of the good after the last reduction?
A. $77.00

B. $84.00

C. $92.00

D. $108.50

A

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    140(1-0.20)(1-0.25) = 84.00

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    thanks

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