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posted by ded

Obama bought a pair of shoes at 20% discount.If he saved $700,calculate:
the original price of the pair of shoes
the sale price of the pair of shoes

  1. Damon

    .2 p = 700
    p =3500
    .8 p = 2800

    That sure is an expensive pair of shoes !

  2. ded

    thank you Damon

  3. Damon

    You are welcome.

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