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75% * 80% of the total price is 900,000, what is the total price?

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  1. Do you multiplayer .75 and .80 first?

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  2. 0.75 0.8 = 0.6 = 60%

    0.6x = 900,000

  3. Can you explain? I need to see how it works :D

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  4. I meant multiply (not multiplayer) weird autocorrect.

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  5. 540,000 + 900,000?

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  6. Correction:

    0.75 * 0.8 = 0.6 = 60%

  7. So it's 1,440,000?

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  8. Oh yeah thanks I just overdid myself :/

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  9. No,

    0.6x = 900,000

    x = 900,000 / 0.6

    x = 1,500,000

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