# Math

posted by Anonymus

As x increases by 2 units, y increases by 3 units.

1. Riley

I'm sorry, but what kind of question is this? Is it a true or false, solve, ect?.

2. Anonymous

2 Carla bought a dress at a sale for 20% off the original price. The sale price of the dress was \$28.80. Find the original price of the dress, in dollars.

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