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Jane used one fifths on her shoes and two thirds on her dress and she was left with R60.00 how much did she have altogether

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  1. x - x/5 - 2x/3 = 60
    x(1 - 1/5 - 2/3) = 60
    x(15-3-10)/15 = 60
    x(2/15) = 60
    x = 60(15/2) = 450

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